Snoring & Sleep Apnea
Not Getting a Good Night’s Sleep?
Loud and chronic snoring can disrupt your sleep (and that of a loved one!) and may signify much more severe sleep disorders like sleep apnea.
Untreated snoring increases your risk for:
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
- High blood pressure
- Memory loss
- Morning headaches
- Impaired concentration
CPAP machines are excellent for treating sleep apnea; however, these devices are not without drawbacks! Here are some of the common complaints we hear about CPAP:
- Irritation to the face
- Difficult to travel with, especially camping
More than 50% of people using CPAP have reported stopping the treatment because of these issues!
How Dr. Gragg can Help You
Fortunately, another option for sufferers of snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea is Oral Appliance Therapy. Dr. Gragg and her team can fit, customize, and craft an oral appliance designed to stop snoring while not sacrificing comfort.
Here are some benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy:
- No CPAP or surgery
- Easy to fit
- Does not cause irritation
- Customized for superior comfort
- Highly portable for travel
- Covered by most insurance
It only takes a few weeks to get used to, and Dr. Gragg will be there to help every step of the way. Welcome back to a good night’s sleep!