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Sleep Apnea Therapy in Fort Worth, TX

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Do you routinely catch yourself nodding off during the day even though you went to bed at a decent hour? Are you constantly stressed or moody? These are all symptoms of a common sleep condition known as sleep apnea.

What patients who struggle with sleep apnea face every night is consistently interrupted sleep. We’re not talking about tossing and turning, however! Patients with sleep apnea actually stop breathing during the night for 10 seconds or longer. This can happen all night long, causing the patient to move from a deep sleep stage to a much lighter one or even wake up completely. If left untreated, sleep apnea patients can have trouble concentrating and even experience memory loss. An increased risk of accidents at work, home, or behind the wheel is also likely. Other health problems include high blood pressure, heart problems, and even a risk of premature death.

Thankfully, patients with sleep apnea don’t have to spend their lives in constant struggle. There is hope!

What Causes Sleep Apnea

Many cases of sleep apnea are caused by an obstruction of one kind of another. Often, the tongue or lower jaw is blocking the airway, preventing air from getting through the throat. When that happens, sleep is interrupted. Snoring is also a common symptom of sleep apnea. As air fights past the obstruction, vibrations are created, resulting in that sound we’re all familiar with. Fortunately, an oral appliance can treat both of these issues by gently repositioning the tongue and lower jaw. As a result, the airway remains clear and air can pass freely to your lungs.

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Customized Care

When you come to office, he’ll talk with you in great detail about your symptoms and your treatment. He will also design an oral appliance that is made just for you. With this, he can help you achieve personalized care that is comfortable and completely eliminates your symptoms.