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A Prescription Snore Guard Can Reduce Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Sleep apnea is a somewhat common problem afflicting the sleep quality of millions of Americans each year. Severe snoring problems and breathing interruptions are common symptoms. The resulting poor sleep quality can have a significant adverse impact on your overall quality of life.

If you suffer from severe sleep apnea, you might need your physician to develop a course of treatment that incorporates positive air pressure when you sleep. If you have been diagnosed with mild-to-moderate sleep apnea, you might find significant symptom relief from a snore guard prescribed by Dr. [doctor_name].

There are several different designs that [heshe] might recommend, depending on the specifics of your mouth.

Tongue stabilizing sleep guards don’t need to attach to your teeth. The snore guard helps hold your tongue and soft palate in position to mitigate snoring and improve air flow.

Mandibular advancement devices often attach to the teeth and hinge together. These snore guards are designed to hold your mouth and soft palate in the ideal positions to allow easy passage of air, thus reducing snoring problems.

Thermoplastic snore guards are made from a special material that softens when heated. You simply soak the unit in simmering water. After a few minutes, it will be soft and pliable. You then take it out, allow a moment for it to cool, and then bite down on it firmly. The thermoplastic material will conform to the unique shape of your teeth and bite pattern.

If you’re suffering with mild-to-moderate sleep apnea in [city], [state], you should call [phone] to explore your snore guard options at [practice_name].

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