Get a Good Night’s Sleep Once Again
If you suffer from sleep apnea, you understand the debilitating nature of this condition. As whole person dentists, we know how it can affect your total health in a variety of negative ways.
Fortunately, there is hope. With proper treatment, you can obtain relief from the causes and symptoms of sleep apnea. Total Health Dental Care provides outstanding sleep apnea treatment for patients in Berkeley, the Oakland area, including Rockridge, Piedmont, and surrounding Bay Area communities. Our team is committed to providing effective, long-lasting sleep apnea relief. Contact our office today to learn more about the condition and treatment options.
What Is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a relatively common but potentially serious condition that affects one’s breathing while sleeping. Sleep apnea is usually caused by obstructions in breathing passages; these obstructions can cause decreased oxygen flow to the lungs, shallow breathing, snoring, and pauses in the breathing. (Sleep apnea can also be caused by failure of the brain to send correct signals to the muscles involved in breathing.)
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Sleep Apnea Treatment Options
Untreated, sleep apnea can cause a number of health problems, including elevated blood pressure, heart attack, irregular heartbeat, and stroke. However, with proper treatment, patients can enjoy restored health and vitality. Total Health Dental Care provides dental solutions for sleep apnea, including mouthpieces and breathing devices that help clear the airway and regularize breathing. We also provide lifestyle management solutions to help patients address the underlying causes of sleep apnea.
Benefits of Sleep Apnea Treatment
When you obtain treatment for sleep apnea, you will likely enjoy numerous benefits from having your nighttime breathing restored. In addition to decreasing some of the more dangerous effects of sleep apnea (e.g., heart and respiratory problems), many patients enjoy increased energy levels, improved concentration, elevated mood, and other benefits. Sleep apnea treatment can be the first step in improving your overall health for many years to come.