Sleep Apnea and Snoring Therapy
Is waking up in the morning always a burden? Are your days filled with exhaustion even though you slept throughout the night? Does your partner complain about your constant, loud snoring? Are dry mouth and chronic headaches just a normal part of your day?
If so, it’s time to visit Sleep Better Appliances. Here, highly-experience sleep dentist Dr. James Striebel and his team can use custom-made oral appliances to help the people of Huber Heights sleep peacefully again. Oral appliance therapy is fast becoming one of the most preferred treatments for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and sleep disordered breathing because it is simple, effective, and much more comfortable than a traditional CPAP.
If you’re ready to sleep soundly again and wake up in the morning full of energy, then Sleep Better Appliances may be exactly what you’re looking for.
The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation
Sleep is as essential to a healthy body as diet and exercise. In many cases, it’s more important, because without adequate sleep, the body can’t repair and re-energize itself, making it much harder to lead an active lifestyle. Research has also shown that sleep deprivation can even throw off a person’s appetite, causing them to crave sugary and salty foods while slowing down their metabolism.
A lack of sleep due to sleep apnea can also have drastic effects on the mind, causing a person to have trouble focusing, suffer memory loss, or experience mood swings and depression. Plus, a person who is consistently sleep deprived is also 3 times more likely to be in a moto vehicle accident!
Sleep apnea also has one specific symptom that many doctors call “the silent killer.” People who suffer from sleep apnea and don’t get treatment often suffer from elevated blood pressure, which is the leading risk factor for heart attack and stroke.
Overall, if you’re having issues sleeping, it’s extremely important that you get them addressed quickly.
American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine Approved
Dr. James Striebel is a diplomat of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, whose main goal is to provide education and support for dentists using oral appliance therapy to treat OSA and other related sleeping issues. Through his membership Dr. Striebel has access to a variety of materials and can consult with other highly-respected sleep dentists in order to better treat his patients. Dr. Striebel continues to expand his knowledge ever year so he can provide higher-quality and more personalized care for everyone who comes to see him.
How Sleep Apnea Treatment Can Help
Whether you snore, have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, or simply want an alternative treatment to your CPAP machine, you can dramatically benefit from oral appliance therapy from Dr. Striebel. With his experience and expertise, he’ll help you finally get the rest you need, and as a result, both your body and your mind will be better for it.
Better Sleep. Better Life.
If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, know that it’s actually the first step to getting the treatment you need. With the help of a custom-made oral appliance, you’ll be able to breathe comfortably throughout the night and achieve deeper, more restorative sleep. This will allow your mind to rest and your body to heal damage from the stresses of the day, both of which will contribute to a longer and healthier life.
Get Your Energy Back
One of the most common symptoms of sleep apnea is persistent fatigue despite sleeping for 8 hours. Lacking energy can affect every facet of your life, both personal and professional. People who don’t sleep well typically don’t have the energy to exercise regularly, and as a result, they put on more weight and become lethargic, which can worsen sleep apnea symptoms. By getting treatment, you’ll literally be getting a breath of fresh air when you sleep, and you’ll finally have the energy again you pursue your goals.
Improve Your Relationships
It’s extremely difficult to be a good parent, spouse, friend, or employee when you’re constantly exhausted. The problems focusing and remembering things can be very damaging to both personal and professional relationships. It can feel like you’re just drifting through life rather than actually living it. Once your sleep is restored with an oral appliance, you’ll finally have the energy to put into the relationships around you, improving not only your life but others as well.
How to Get Started
Of course, the first step to achieving all of this is to get treatment for your sleep problems. Dr. Striebel can walk you through the entire diagnostic process and then supply you with a helpful oral appliance. All it takes is just one phone call to Sleep Better Appliances. With our help, you’ll finally be able to get the rest you need.
If you’re ready to feel great in the morning again, please contact us today.