Wake Up Well-Rested with Sleep Apnea Treatment in Skokie & Chicago

La apnea del sueño puede ser un trastorno potencialmente mortal. Una persona con apnea obstructiva del sueño dejará de respirar en varios puntos durante el sueño., causing their blood-oxygen level to drop. Cuando el cerebro reconoce la falta de oxígeno, el cuerpo se despierta lo suficiente para empezar a respirar normalmente de nuevo. Esto puede suceder cientos de veces por noche., y puede que te despiertes sintiéndote no renovado. Tiempo extraordinario, La pérdida constante de sueño y oxígeno puede provocar problemas de salud graves, incluida la enfermedad cardíaca., Alta presión sanguínea, carrera, diabetes, hipertensión, y deterioro cognitivo.

We have one goal here at Chicago Center for Snoring and Sleep Apnea, ubicado en Dental Professionals: to help our patients get the healthy, restful sleep that they need to live their lives to the fullest. Dr. David Schwartz y our dedicated team invite everyone who is having trouble sleeping to póngase en contacto con nuestro Chicago o Skokie, La oficina for a sleep apnea consultation. We also welcome patients from the Evanston, Chicago, Wilmette, y áreas del condado de Cook.

Sleep Apnea is Growing Problem

A recent study found that over 40 million people in the U.S. suffer from sleep disorders, and more than 20 million are dealing with sleep apnea. Sadly, most of these cases are currently undiagnosed or misdiagnosed—sobre 80% in fact. Insomnia is currently the most common sleep disorder, but obstructive sleep apnea (PARTE) is quickly catching up. Agradecidamente, our team knows just how to help people finally sleep peacefully through the night.

But a Sleep Dentist Can Help!

Many people might be curious about why a dentist is offering sleep apnea treatment. Sleep dentists like Dr. Schwartz actually have years of advanced training and experience dealing with the facial structures and how they interact, which is the primary source for obstructive sleep apnea. He is able to offer a viable alternative to the continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine that is so often prescribed to sleep apnea patients. It is called terapia con aparato oral, and only dentists like Dr. Schwartz are able to properly utilize it. It involves a patient wearing a small mouthpiece to bed called a nightguard. It gently shifts the jaw forward to allow a patient to breathe normally and comfortably throughout the entire night, drastically increasing the quality of their sleep.

The team at Sleep Better Chicagoland works closely with many local sleep physicians to help diagnose and treat patients suffering from sleep apnea, enabling them to provide comprehensive sleep care to Chicago, Skokie, LA, and the surrounding areas. 

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