Snoring is one of the most common symptoms of sleep disordered breathing. It can be caused by upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS), which is a disorder that’s characterized by a narrowing of the airway, causing a disruption in sleep. In addition to snoring, people suffering from this issue may also experience excessive fatigue and insomnia.
If left untreated, snoring can cause a lot of problems in your daily life and the lives of those close to you. Feeling fatigue and insomnia can make you feel more tired during the day and make it harder to do all the things you need to do on a daily basis. If your snoring is extra loud, it can impact the sleep of anyone around you and make them more tired and fatigued as well.
If you’re constantly feeling tired and fatigued, or you’re snoring so loud that your loved ones are having a hard time sleeping, it may be caused by an underlying disorder that needs to be treated right away. Contact Peak Family Dentistry to schedule a consultation with Dr. Billie Adams, to receive a proper diagnosis and the treatment you need.