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SLEEP APNEA CAN LITERALLY KILL YOU

Good sleep is critical to your health and overall well-being.  You MUST allow your body and brain to recharge daily! When you receive 7-8 hours of GOOD sleep, your heart slows itself down and the stress you faced during the day is relieved. Your blood pressure goes down.  You have more resistance to deadly conditions such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and memory loss. Heart disease, strokes, heart attacks, and in extreme cases – DEATH – have all been linked to sleep apnea and/or snoring.


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Financial Facts About Oral Sleep Appliances

FACT #1

The cost of an oral sleep appliance is usually covered in some part by private medical insurance and also government payers.

FACT #2

If your medical insurance does not provide coverage or you don’t currently have medical insurance, we have interest-free financing programs available.

FACT #3

There is NO requirement that you have to “try CPAP first,” to have an oral sleep appliance covered by insurance.  You can skip CPAP and see us.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends oral appliances.  “Oral sleep appliances are recommended for patients with sleep apnea who do not respond to CPAP, are not appropriate candidates for CPAP, or who fail treatment attempts with CPAP or treatment behavioral measures such as weight loss or sleep-position change. For many patients, oral sleep appliances are easier to use and more likely to be worn than CPAP systems.”

 

Lack of sleep can make you depresseddepressed-man

Sleep deprivation can significantly contribute to depression. Your depression becomes exaggerated when you don’t get enough sleep. Lack of sleep interferes with your normal, daily schedule and disrupts your life.

 

 

Untreated Sleep Apnea Dramatically Increases The Odds Of Falling Asleep At The Wheel

drive-sleepyRead the news lately?  More than ever before, sleep loss which results in exhaustion, fatigue and carelessness plays a large role in accidents. When surveyed, while many men admit they drive while tired, 35% also admitted they had at one time or another, “fallen asleep while driving and woke up just in time to avoid an accident.”

 

 

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This video may be disturbing for some viewers.


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