Sleep Apnea Treatment in Bayside, NY

Stop Compromising Your Sleep Because of Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea is Dangerous

Do you wake up with headaches or experience bad snoring? If you are not breathing properly at night, there is a good chance you may have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a serious medical condition that compromises your sleep — and your health. Dr. Nicholas Rallis, our experienced dentist in Queens, has helped many patients with sleep apnea restore their sleep routine with dental interventions and lifestyle changes. We are here to help you do the same. Read our patient reviews to see how effective our sleep apnea treatment plans can be.

What Are the Risks of Sleep Apnea?

“Obstructive sleep apnea is destroying the health of millions of Americans…” American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Not being able to enjoy a good night’s rest can compromise your daily life and affect your mood. Side effects of these interruptions in sleep can include depression, mood swings, weight gain, irritability and fatigue.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has discovered many patients with sleep apnea suffer from serious medical conditions if the problem is left untreated. This is why early intervention is key.

Not being able to enjoy a good night’s rest can compromise your daily life and affect your mood. Side effects of these interruptions in sleep can include depression, mood swings, weight gain, irritability and fatigue.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has discovered many patients with sleep apnea suffer from serious medical conditions if the problem is left untreated. This is why early intervention is key.

Systemic issues and health problems associated with sleep apnea include:

  • Changes in the brain (neurological problems)
  • Impaired cognition and mood
  • Cardiac arrest and shock
  • High blood pressure
  • Cardiac arrhythmia

What Are My Sleep Apnea Treatment Options?

There are a number of ways that can help decrease the incidence of interrupted breathing during sleep. The most effective treatment option for your sleep apnea will depend on your physiology and situation, but many patients’ symptoms can be improved through use of a special sleep apnea mouth guard. Dr. Rallis often prescribes a custom-designed oral appliance that can treat your sleep apnea more effectively than the one-size-fits-all oral appliances found over-the-counter. This personalized device is intended to open up the passageways from which oxygen can flow so that the over-relaxation of oral tissue does not disrupt breathing.

Dr. Rallis will work with you to develop a course of treatment that can effectively treat your sleep apnea according to your unique symptoms and concerns. His tailored approaches have been very successful in helping men and women achieve a restful night’s sleep with a more regulated breathing pattern.

Make sure you are getting the good night’s rest you deserve. Stop losing sleep from sleep apnea by scheduling your appointment with Dr. Rallis today.

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