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Snoring Needs to Be Checked Instead of Just Ignored
Posted on 10/25/2019 by Winning Smile Dental Group
Most of us take the quality of our nightly sleep for granted until something unexpected happens. The effect of chronic insomnia can have a significant impact on our overall health and day to day operations.
What happens when sleep becomes more of an impossible task? What will you do when your sleep is affected by snoring, chronic sleep apnea and insomnia.
Snoring these days is extremely common. While we may not consider snoring to be a serious issue, in many instances, it is. While many people who snore do not snuffle and grant in their sleep, the truth of the matter is that snoring will always reduce the quality of your sleep.
Moreover, it can also lead to tensions in your relationships, especially if one of you happens to be a lighter sleeper.
Snoring and Sleep Apnea
On many occasions, snoring is quite harmless. However, in some cases, it's usually a sign of an underlying problem. One of the most severe issues associated with snoring is sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a dangerous health problem, and thus, we highly advise you to act as quickly as you can.
With this disorder, people snore because there is a blockage within your airways. Sleep apnea can stop breathing for one second or two and thus it's quite dangerous and should be treated as soon as possible.
Snoring Makes Your Teeth Suffer
Apart from affecting your overall health, chronic snoring can also impact your overall oral health. Snoring tends to reduce the amount of saliva in your mouth and the process, increasing the amount of resistance and friction on your teeth.
As time goes by, this can impact on your overall dental health. A great example of dental disorders that you are likely to develop include the burning mouth symptom, halitosis, tooth decay, gum diseases, mouth sores and dental infections.