You may have begun to notice that your loved one is becoming increasingly concerned about your snoring or sleep apnea. While you may not know which one is affecting you, it has become quite clear that your nightly concert of loud noises emanating from your throat are in no way considered endearing but have possibly become a topic of contention. What’s the big deal, you wonder? Allow our Overland Park, KS team to break down the details for you (and to remind you that we offer snoring and sleep apnea treatment, should you need it!).
Your Loved One Is Annoyed
On a very basic level, remember that being the individual who has to listen to you snore loudly, make strange noises, and possibly wake up gasping for air (if sleep apnea is affecting you) likely feels very annoyed by the noises you’re making. It’s time to go to sleep and you’re snoozing, while making an exceptional amount of racket! It’s something that a loved one may understand for a while but when you don’t seek treatment (or you have not yet identified an effective treatment), patience can wear thin. See us for snoring or sleep apnea treatment, soon, so we may tell you what’s going on and how to make it better.
Your Loved One Is Exhausted, Too!
We want you to remember that you’re not the only one suffering from feeling insanely tired if snoring is part of your nightly experience of if you are suffering from a true need for sleep apnea treatment. What do we mean by this? Well, as mentioned, your loved one sleeping next to you or even a family member in another room can hear you. You’re waking them up! If you make it difficult for them to sleep or to stay asleep, they’ll be sleep deprived right along with you. See us for treatment so everyone can be well-rested again.
Your Loved One Is Worried About You
Remember, if someone you love was making choking noises at night, preceded by periods during which breathing completely stops, you would be extremely worried! Though you may not want to deal with your snoring or sleep apnea, keep in mind that avoiding it can damage your health in serious ways, so come in soon. It’s worth it.
Treat Sleep Apnea With Our Help
Don’t ignore snoring or sleep apnea. Instead, take time to come in for a consultation and to learn more about whether you’re dealing with a sleep disorder! We offer effective care to help you sleep through the night. To learn more, or to schedule your consultation, call Family First Dental in Overland Park, KS, today at 913-381-2600.