Snoring Treatment

Helping Patients Get a Quiet and Restful Night’s Sleep

Nearly half of adults snore, and over 25 percent are habitual snorers.

Problem snoring and sleeping disorders are more frequent in males and people who are overweight, and usually worsen with age. Snoring is bothersome to others, but it can also be a sign of a more serious condition known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

The Sleep Apnea Centers of California provides treatments tailored to each patient’s needs to treat snoring and OSA in Orange County, San Diego, and Southern California. We use the latest medical technology to diagnose and treat OSA, helping you to get a better night’s sleep. Our treatments are individualized, and can include lifestyle changes, oral appliances, and more.

 

Is Problem Snoring Affecting Your Life?

If you or your bed partner has habitual snoring you know how hard it can be to get a good night’s rest for both of you. If you’re ready to get your snoring under control and begin sleeping peacefully and in your own bed, start with a complimentary 15 minute phone appointment to see if you may be a candidate for treatment!

Put an End to Your Snoring

Why Wait to Treat Your Snoring?

Snoring is often left untreated and can result in serious long-term health risks. Most who snore do not experience obvious adverse side effects, but as you sleep and produce stress on the body many factors come into play:

Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease – Snoring and sleep apnea are linked to an increased risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. Without proper treatment, the condition can worsen over time and lead to serious cardiovascular health issues.

Reduced Quality of Life – Snoring can disrupt your sleep patterns, causing you to wake up several times a night. This can lead to poor quality of sleep, daytime fatigue, and difficulty concentrating. These negative effects can significantly lower your overall quality of life, affecting your relationships, work productivity, and mental health.

Elevated Risk of Diabetes – People with untreated snoring and sleep apnea are also at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Studies have shown that the condition may contribute to insulin resistance, which in turn increases the likelihood of developing diabetes.

Snoring treatment from the professionals at The Sleep Apnea Centers of California can help you get back in your bed, next to your bed partner, and improve your long-term health!

Improved Sleep Quality – By addressing the underlying sleep apnea condition, treatment can significantly improve your overall sleep quality. This can reduce snoring, minimize sleep disruptions, and help you wake up feeling more refreshed and energized.

Better Cardiovascular Health – Treatment has been shown to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, and improve overall cardiovascular health. This can lead to a longer, healthier life with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.

Enhanced Mental and Emotional Well-Being – By reducing daytime fatigue and improving sleep quality, treatment can enhance your overall mental and emotional well-being. Many patients report improvements in mood, cognitive function, and overall quality of life after receiving treatment for snoring and sleep apnea.

The Connection Between Snoring and Sleep Apnea

While not everyone who snores has sleep apnea, the majority of people with sleep apnea experience snoring to some degree. Snoring is often a sign of the obstruction of the airway that characterizes sleep apnea, and can be one of the first symptoms to look out for. If you or someone you know experiences loud and persistent snoring, along with a feeling of tiredness during the day, wakening up with a dry mouth or sore throat, or headaches upon waking, then it’s best to seek medical help promptly.

Common Snoring Treatment Plans

Treatments for snoring and sleep apnea depend on the severity of the condition. For mild cases of snoring, simple lifestyle changes, such as maintaining a healthy weight, quitting smoking, and avoiding alcohol and sleeping pills, can reduce the frequency and intensity of snoring.

For moderate to severe cases, sleep apnea treatments such as an oral device can be an effective treatment for snoring and sleep apnea related to snoring. These devices are comfortably worn while sleeping to ensure no blockages of the airway occur and you can sleep soundly and through the night.

When To Seek Treatment for Persistent Snoring

Ignoring snoring and sleep apnea can increase your risk of developing other health problems, including depression, anxiety, and sleep deprivation.

The dangers of unmanaged sleep apnea are also many, ranging from regular daytime drowsiness to heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. If you or a loved one snore loudly, have trouble breathing during sleep, or experience excessive daytime sleepiness, it’s vital to speak to a doctor as soon as possible.

Snoring Treatment in Southern California

Contact Us Today!

Don’t let sleep apnea hold you back any longer. Contact Sleep Apnea Centers of California today to schedule a consultation and explore effective snoring solutions available to you in Los Angeles. Our compassionate team is ready to support you on your journey to better sleep and improved quality of life.