Dr. Davey Can Help with Your Sleep Apnea

December 9, 2013

 

 

There are very few things more frustrating than a bad night’s sleep. Sleeping is our body’s way of recharging itself and getting us prepared for the day’s future endeavors. Unfortunately, millions of people suffer from sleep apnea, a condition where you experience sleeping patterns that are disruptive and cause you to get little to no rest. Here at Texas Got Smile, we understand your problems, and Dr. Davey is here to put everything to rest.

What a lot of people don’t know is that there are a couple of different forms of sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea is where your soft palate collapses, causing you not to breath for ten seconds. There’s also central sleep apnea, and that’s when your brain forgets to tell your body to breath while it’s sleeping. When you come to see Dr. Davey about your sleep apnea concerns, he will begin with a thorough evaluation, and may even conduct a sleeping test. If it is determined you do suffer from sleep apnea, Dr. Davey may recommend Under Armour Mouthwear.

Under Armour Mouthwear works in many ways to help you get a good night’s sleep, one being that it opens your airway. When that happens, there is less of a buildup of lactic acid and increases Oxygen flow by veering your jaw forward. It also prevents your jaw from clenching and releasing Cortisol, a hormone that causes distraction, stress, and fatigue. Under Armour Mouthwear also absorbs the energy transmitted through your head when there’s an impact on the jaw. All of these features let you have a restorative, reenergizing night of sleep.

If you feel as though you suffer from sleep apnea, make an appointment with Dr. Davey, and he will be able to talk with you and get you set up for sleeping success.

Dr. Paul Davey’s Sugar Land, TX dental office provides exceptional cosmetic dentistry, general dentistry, and neuromuscular dentistry services to patients from Sugar Land, Houston, Richmond and Katy. Give us a call to schedule your next appointment.

 

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