How Treating Your Sleep Apnea Can Improve Your Life
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that affects your quality of sleep. When your sleep is affected, your entire life is too. Sleep apnea leaves you feeling extremely tired every morning, making it difficult to function during the day. You might feel extremely sleepy or irritable. Sleep apnea can also impact your health, increasing your risk for developing serious issues. When you have sleep apnea, you wake up several times a night because your breathing is disrupted. This often happens due to your airway becoming blocked, which prevents you from breathing. At Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center, we can provide you with the surgical solutions you need to treat your sleep apnea. Successful sleep apnea treatment greatly improves your life.
Sleep apnea is a condition that affects your sleep. It causes you to stop breathing for several seconds, which causes your body to wake up, disrupting your sleep cycles. Your body goes through two sleep cycles. These cycles are essential for allowing your mind and body to rest and repair. Every time you wake up, your sleep cycles are disrupted. When you fall back asleep, your body has to start the sleep cycles over. This prevents you from getting the sleep you need. With sleep apnea treatment, you can breathe normally while you sleep. This allows you to get the quality sleep you need for your body to properly rest and repair.
Wake Up Feeling Refreshed
When you have sleep apnea, you wake up every day feeling exhausted, like you never even went to sleep. It does not matter what time you go to bed or what relaxation techniques you practice before bedtime, you still feel extremely tired. You may also wake up with headaches every morning. After undergoing treatment for sleep apnea, your body is able to finally get restful sleep. This allows you to wake up feeling refreshed and ready to go about your day.
Have Energy During the Day
Not only does sleep apnea cause you to wake up tired, it also causes you to feel tired all day long. You might feel sluggish and drained. You may find that it is difficult to do anything during the day, or that everything you do takes a substantial amount of energy. You may even fall asleep during the day. Some individuals fall asleep while doing tasks that take a great amount of concentration, such as driving, which can be dangerous. Following successful sleep apnea treatment, you will find that you have the energy you need to go about your day. This not only improves your personal life, but it can also help to improve your work life as well.
Improved Social Life
Sleep apnea can leave you feeling irritated or make it difficult for you to control your emotions. This can have a detrimental effect on your social life, affecting your friendships and relationships with your coworkers. When you are finally able to get restful sleep, you will not only feel refreshed, but your emotional health will also improve. You will also have the energy to go out and spend time with your friends. This can greatly help to improve your social life.
Better Overall Health
Untreated sleep apnea can have a serious impact on your oral health. Sleep apnea can increase your risk for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, low blood oxygen levels, and more. When your sleep apnea is treated, it can help to improve your overall health as well as your mental and emotional health as well, lowering your risk for serious complications.
There are many benefits to undergoing sleep apnea treatment. For more information, call Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center at 925-290-7727 today.
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