Snoring is a common symptom of sleep apnea. Although, just because you snore, it doesn’t mean you suffer from sleep apnea. The only way to know for certain is to take a detailed health history, in conjunction with results from a “sleep study”. The doctors at Sweet Sleep work with a team of sleep specialists to diagnose and discuss the options for treatment.
Although snoring is just thought of by many as a nuisance, it can lead to serious health concerns. Snoring can be serious both medically and socially. Snoring has been linked to heart failure, high blood pressure, stroke and type II diabetes. Snoring can also disrupt marriages, even leading to divorce. At the very least, it makes it very difficult for your bed partner to get a peaceful night’s sleep!