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Rosebery NSW 2018

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Snoring and Sleep Apnoea

At the Healthy Smile Centre, we are proud to be at the forefront of diagnosis and treatment of this insidious illness.

Sleep apnoea is a serious illness that is taken too lightly amongst the public. It does not only affect the person sleeping next to you but everyone around you.

Recently, an inquest into the death of a 27 year old male involved in a head-on collision with a B-double in 2010, was due to the truck driver falling asleep at the wheel. He suffered from sleep apnoea.

Read the article here.

  1. Do you feel sleepy in the day time, even after you have received a full night's sleep?

  2. When you wake up, do you have a headache or feel groggy?

  3. Do you wake up feeling dehydrated, experience dry mouth or a sore throat?

  4. Do you have trouble swallowing, changes in voice, weakness, tingling, or numbness?

  5. Do you have trouble remembering or concentrating at work or at school?

  6. Do you frequently have an unexplained irritability?

  7. Do you have trouble throughout the day while watching television, working, or focusing on projects?

  8. Does your partner complain that you are snoring very loudly or gasping for air every so often?

  9. Do you wake up intermittently throughout the night because you are having trouble catching your breath?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be suffering from sleep apnoea!

Sleep apnoea is the cessation of airflow while asleep. It may be caused by a physical obstruction to the airway, such as the tongue, or may be due to an instability in the body's feedback mechanism to control breathing.

When a sleep apnoeic event occurs, generally, breathing stops between 10-30 seconds at a time. In serious cases this can happen, several times per hour throughout the night.

When we sleep, the body is meant to be recovering and recouperating from the days activities. However, if a person has sleep apnoea, the body is unable to rest and instead has to work harder to keep the person alive.

A common symptom is restlessness at night and tiredness during the day. Sometimes, this may get misdiagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome.

Other signs or symptoms include:

  • loud snoring, snorting, gasping while sleeping

  • head or jaw aches

  • grinding

  • tiredness upon waking up in the morning

  • difficulty falling asleep

  • heart burn

  • uncontrolled high blood pressure

  • change in personality

  • depression

  • reduced libido

  • broken sleep

  • frequent visits to toilet during sleepp

  • excessive sweating during sleep

You may not notice all your symptoms because you are sleeping. For this reason, many people will go years – sometimes decades – without seeing a doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

Sleep apnoea is a serious illness that can not be treated simply with a oral appliance or CPAP device. Sleep apnoea needs to be managed and treated by a team of dedicated and well-trained health professionals.

If you know somebody who may have sleep apnoea, contact Healthy Smile Centre immediately for an assessment.

All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you. Contact us for more information