Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Snoring And Sleep Apnoea

Snoring is related to a sleep disorder known as Sleep apnea. If you notice symptoms such as breathing pauses during sleep, morning headaches, high blood pressure, chest pain at night, frequent nighttime urination, strokes, or cardiac disease, then there are high possibilities that you may have Sleep apnea. Those who snore do not get good rest, feel drowsy during the daytime, experience mood alterations, irritability, depression, etc. The patients also complain of breathing problems due to the decreased amount of oxygen in the blood – another ill effect of snoring.

Sleep apnea is a condition that is a result of alcohol consumption, allergy, excessive weight, and sinus. When you snore loudly, a particle barrier obstructs the flow of air in the nose and mouth passage. This gets worse gradually and ultimately can lead to fully blocked airflow at night.

It may not appear like a big issue, but if left untreated, it can lead to long-time lifestyle problems.

If you also have breathing or snoring issues, get yourself checked with Franklin Bright Smiles and reduce the risk of similar conditions.

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