If you wake up feeling exhausted after a full night’s sleep, be aware that that isn’t actually how you should be feeling. The whole point of having that downtime is to let your mind and body rest so you can wake up feeling refreshed and ready to go out and tackle the demands of your day.
As a busy mom, carpooling for the kids’ sports practice, picking them up after school, helping them out with dinner, homework, and reminding your husband to get the laundry from the dryer, your energy will be flagging unless you’re getting a good night’s rest nightly.
Then there’s the question of sleep quality. Does your husband complain about a rumble rolling throughout your house at night when everyone’s tucked into bed? Could you be the one snoring so loudly that it’s enough to wake up your spouse, family or your neighbors in the next-door condo?
Snoring, even though it’s actually quite common, is still not normal (or good for you) and is often caused by having an obstructed airway. In fact, snoring is a red flag for sleep apnea, a medical condition that makes you wake up throughout the night from a blocked airway.
Statistically, anywhere from 50 to 70 million adults in the U.S. are dealing with a sleep disorder with approximately 22 million Americans coping with moderate to severe sleep apnea. So you’re in good company, but it’s definitely not healthy. Couples often find themselves sleeping in separate beds just to get some needed shut-eye. And if you are the snorer, you’ll likely wake up with excessive daytime sleepiness, trouble focusing on tasks, and even ending up with serious health issues like diabetes.
If you’re like most folks in this situation, chances are you’ve probably already tried everything from earplugs to a CPAP device or even invested in a fancy, expensive bed that was supposed to be the end of all your sleep troubles! Well, a lot of folks in your shoes have learned that CPAP’s are too often uncomfortable and difficult to adjust to. Earplugs aren’t much better and your bed might not help you sleep better after spending all that money from an ad you saw on TV.
Daytime-Nighttime Appliance (DNA Appliance®)
Luckily, our dentist has a solution for you so you can ditch all the stuff that’s not working and start using something that many of our patients have discovered actually does work! The solution you have been waiting for is our Daytime-Nighttime Appliance DNA Appliance®.
Our DNA appliance works simply and effectively. During the day and night, you just wear it just like you would a normal retainer after having orthodontic work done. This device gently restores your jaw to its optimum form so that your airflow is increased while drastically reducing your amount of sleep apnea symptoms!
What’s even more impressive, though, is not only does it improve your breathing quality, it also corrects the position of your teeth to create a nice straight smile with the benefit of preventing sleep apnea symptoms. With this device, there’s no surgery, no downtime, and no CPAP machine to maintain. The benefits and improvement to your daily quality of life are truly transformational. Just imagine waking up feeling well-rested and ready to tackle the challenges any modern woman faces! Everything feels better after a good night’s rest!
Call To Schedule a Visit
Are you ready for our DNA Appliance to change your life for the better? Our exceptional dentist, Dr. James Powell and our dedicated team want you to reap the benefits of sleeping soundly every night with our sleep apnea and sleep treatment in Palmdale, California! We also offer sleep apnea treatment for children. We invite you to contact us today at 661.349.7725 to schedule a reservation with our Exceptional Dentistry team to get the good night’s sleep you and your family deserve!