Treatment for Snoring
Bothered by your or your loved one’s snoring?
Snoring is more than a nuisance. It can affect the quality of sleep for both the person who snores, and the loved ones who sleep beside them. When you don’t get the sleep you need—your health suffers, and so does your happiness.
What can cause you or your loved one to start snoring?
Snoring happens when the walls of your throat vibrate when you sleep. The greater the vibration, the louder the snoring—and the narrower your airway becomes.
Sometimes, the soft tissue in your throat can completely block your airway and stop your breathing, which causes Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
If you or your loved one snores frequently, OSA may be to blame and can have life-threatening consequences if left untreated. Be sure to sign up for our FREE Sleep Apnea Screening at our Phoenix office today.