Did you know that one in every four adults has some form of sleep disordered-breathing? Common symptoms include excessive daytime sleepiness, poor concentration, snoring and depression.
Apneas disrupt sleep patterns and prevent you from getting deep, refreshing sleep. Sleep apnea can also lead to:
Cardiovascular diseases, accidents while driving and at work, poor physical and cognitive performance, daytime sleepiness and weight gain.
An EMA appliance is a metal-free, highly resilient and lightweight mouthpiece that is worn while you sleep. Many times, an EMA may work just as effectively as CPAP therapy for sleep apnea patients.
If you think you have sleep apnea (or chronic snoring) please call the office to schedule a free consultation.Tags: EMA, sleep apnea, sleeplessness, snoring, TAP3
This post was written by James Brennan