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Sleep Apnea & Snoring Therapy for Lutz

dentist putting in oral applianceDo you wake yourself, your bed partner, or others up with loud snoring on a nightly basis? Do you wake up with a headache, sore throat or dry mouth? Are you exhausted all day every day? It might be time to find out more about sleep apnea. Dr. Jay A. Nelson and the Lutz, FL team at Sleep Better Florida provide FDA approved alternatives to CPAP to treat sleep apnea so patients can get back to sleeping soundly and feeling great. Our team has the skill and experience necessary to be able to offer patients from Land O’ Lakes, Wesley Chapel, and all of Tampa Bay relief from the symptoms of sleep apnea.

Always Tired? Sleep Loss Can Kill You

When it comes to wants and needs, there are actually very few things we absolutely need to survive, but sleep is on that list. Air, water, food, shelter, and sleep. During sleep, the human body has the opportunity to reboot, renew, and repair each day. Without adequate sleep, the body doesn’t digest food properly, regulate temperature accurately, and the brain does not stimulate the body to perform crucial functions correctly.

Throughout the day, the body undergoes significant amounts of stress. The heart especially experiences strain during every activity. From breathing in and out to going for a run, the heart beats to keep people moving. While we sleep, the heart is able to slow relieving the stress of a day filled with motion. Patients who suffer from sleep apnea do not allow their heart to rest. Instead, apnea places additional strain on the heart throughout the night as the lack of oxygen in the system leads to repeated incidences of panic causing undue stress on the heart. For this reason, sleep apnea has been connected with increased risk for heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular disease.

An AADSM-Accredited Facility

Nelson Dentistry & Dental Sleep Medicine is the first practice in the state of Florida and one of the first 20 practices in the US to be accredited by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. This accreditation means that our team has met or exceeded all standards of practice and patient care as outlined by the AADSM. You can find out more about the standards for accreditation and how our team measures up by clicking the link below.

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Treat Your Sleep Apnea Today: The Benefits Are Clear

If you’ve been recently diagnosed with sleep apnea, show signs of CPAP intolerance, or experience daily loud snoring and exhaustion, contact Nelson Dentistry & Dental Sleep Medicine today. Our knowledgeable team is happy to answer questions, and schedule a complimentary sleep apnea consultation to help patients get started down the road to a lifetime of restful sleep.

Sleep More Soundly

We need sleep to recharge. It helps the mind reset and our bodies refuel for the next day ahead of us. Getting diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea disorder (OSA) is a big step toward a bright future – and controlling the debilitating symptoms with treatment that works can keep you sleeping soundly for life.

Increase Your Energy

If you can’t get up as easily in the morning or find yourself dragging along and struggling during the day, it is time to take action and correct your sleep problems. Research has shown that depriving your body of adequate sleep can have negative effects for your health, weight and mood – and you body needs to reset every night to make the most of the next day. Discovering the underlying issue is absolutely necessary, and our Lutz, Florida sleep apnea treatment office is here to help make it easy.

Improve Relationships

Sleep has so many effects on nearly all aspects of our life – especially relationships. If you’re not getting enough sleep and struggling with sleep apnea during the night, chances are your significant other notices in more ways than one. Decreased libido, mood swings and sudden agitation, and a decreased desire to try new things as a result of low energy all plague those struggling with Obstructive Sleep Apnea disorder (OSA).

Enhance Quality of Life

Treating your sleep apnea is the first step to living a more fulfilling, complete life. Our sleep patterns have such large effects on brain activity and the body’s ability to recuperate from physical stressors endured throughout the day – controlling your apnea undoubtedly makes living life a much more enjoyable experience.