Are you confused because you don’t remember waking up during the night – but you feel as though you haven’t been sleeping much at all? If so, we suggest you learn more about sleeping issues like sleep apnea and snoring. Fortunately, we offer snoring and sleep apnea treatment to improve your quality of life. Discover more about your nightly sleep with a fun quiz.
Quiz: Snoring and Sleep Apnea
- True or False: If you are getting adequate sleep then you are sleeping for at least seven to nine hours each night without significant interruption.
- True or False: You should schedule a visit to learn more about sleep apnea treatment if you have been feeling fatigued, know you are a loud snorer, or have other suspicions that you aren’t sleeping through the night.
- True or False: If you are a snorer and you occasionally wake up during the night due to your snoring, you may not be getting enough sleep.
- True. To ensure your body has time to rest and regenerate, you should sleep for a minimum of seven hours every night. If you are in bed but are being woken up consistently, you will not enter the appropriate sleep cycles, which may lead to exhaustion.
- True. We can help diagnose sleep apnea and offer sleep apnea treatment if this is causing nightly sleep disturbances. Treatment will return your daily energy, while helping you avoid long-term, commonly associated problems like liver concerns and high blood pressure.
- True. In some cases, if you snore, you will suffer no significant effects when it comes to your daily energy levels. However, if you wake yourself up (or wake your significant other), you may find that you deal with some level of fatigue or a slightly increased chance of long-term health risks. We offer oral appliance therapy, like that used for sleep apnea treatment, to help you breathe consistently through the night.