Is it Snoring or Sleep Apnea?

Understanding the differences between sleep apnea and primary snoring is the first step to effective treatment of both conditions.

Don’t dismiss snoring as “natural.”

Snoring should not be accepted as ordinary. It can and often should be treated – for the sake of the snorer and their partner. Millions of snorers in this country unknowingly suffer from a sleep disorder called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). The two conditions are often mistaken for one another and may be incorrectly treated as a result.

Getting help for snoring helps relationships.

While the snorer may not feel that their sleep is disrupted, their partner being kept up all night feels differently. Snoring negatively impacts relationships and the health of the snorer's partner, in addition to the snorer.

Talk to us.

If you or your partner is a frequent loud snorer, experiences excessive restlessness at night or feels excessively sleepy during the day, a sleep disorder could be the culprit. As a first step, Contact us to schedule a complimentary consultation so that we can get you on the road to a restful night's sleep.