April 11, 2016
Sleep apnea is a condition that causes brief interruptions in breathing while asleep. It’s estimated roughly 18 million adult Americans have a form of apnea, however, it’s expected that number is far higher due to undiagnosed cases. With apnea causing multiple interruptions in breathing per night, with each interruption lasting as long as 30 seconds, it begins to take its toll on overall health and quality of life. Thankfully, with the right treatment, apnea is treatable as long as the underlying cause of the condition is discovered. What causes sleep apnea? There are numerous causes that can result in the condition.
August 28, 2014
Everyone knows that a good night’s sleep is essential to a healthy body. When you sleep, your mind is able to recharge itself and your body is able to get prepared for the next day’s adventures. Unfortunately, not many people are able to get the recommended amount of sleep each night. Surprisingly, 40 percent of Americans suffer from daytime sleepiness, which hinders their ability to perform to their full potential. Sleep apnea is something that is more serious than people may think, and it is important to seek treatment. Dr. Thomas Weil and Dr. Steve Koo are able to give you the restful night sleep you have been wanting by offering sleep apnea therapy at their Houston, TX dental office.