October 28, 2017
Sleep apnea is a disorder that affects millions in the US and occurs when patients stop breathing for ten or more seconds at a time during sleep. People who suffer from sleep apnea can experience these cessations of breathing 100s of times each night. While many people think that sleep apnea is a mild annoyance, it’s actually extremely detrimental to whole body health without treatment. Patients can receive treatments using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), oral appliances, or combined CPAP and oral appliance therapy. The key to maintaining optimal health is to seek treatment and consistently use your sleep apnea devices as directed.
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September 13, 2016
How much do you snore? Do you know? Your spouse and kids certainly do. Unfortunately, snoring does more than disrupt a quiet household. It has serious health effects as a symptom of sleep apnea in Huber Heights. James Striebel DDS helps people with the diagnosis of sleep apnea with comfortable and effective Somnodent oral appliances. They allow people to rest and enjoy better health. (more…)
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March 3, 2016
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that causes breath to become interrupted multiple times during sleep. Are you suffering from exhaustion, headaches and confusion? The sleep condition affects over 12 million Americans — and you could be one of them. Keep reading to learn about sleep apnea in Huber Heights, including why and how you should seek treatment from Dr. James Striebel.
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September 10, 2015
Sleep apnea is a terribly disrupting condition that affects far too many Americans — some 22 million Americans suffer from the condition, actually. And sleep apnea doesn’t just disrupt your sleep. When you can’t get in a full, uninterrupted seven or eight hours every night, it leads to extreme daytime fatigue and starts to feel like poor sleep is interfering with your whole life.
Does that sound familiar?
Unfortunately, it’s estimated that up to 80 percent of moderate to severe cases of sleep apnea go undiagnosed. The only way to change that statistic is to increase awareness of the condition — and that means informing our patients about its symptoms and treatments. Read on to learn a little bit more about sleep apnea, and what you can do about it.
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