Sleep Solutions For Adults
Are you tired of feeling tired? If you wake up groggy and suffer from daytime drowsiness, you could have sleep apnea. This condition has been linked to a number of other health issues, including high blood pressure, strokes, heart attacks, and diabetes. However
What Is Healthy Breathing?
Normal breathing is silent breathing through your nose. It is quiet and effortless. It allows our bodies to go into normal deep, restorative sleep, and to awake refreshed and ready to take on each new day. Snoring and sleep apnea are not normal breathing patterns, and they are not healthy.
Normal breathing is vital for living a vibrant, happy life. Unfortunately, millions around the world simply can’t breathe normally – especially at night.
Obvious Warning Signs
Loud & Persistent
Gasping During Sleep
High Blood Pressure
Depression & Anxiety
Crowded or Crooked
Many common illnesses and disease can be the result of interrupted or abnormal breathing during sleep. If you or someone you love suffers from any of these conditions, it may be time to ask a professional about normal breathing.
Rely on Our Experts For Your Sleep Problems
At Carroll Health & Healing we have several ways to treat your sleep apnea, depending on your unique situation and the severity of the condition. At your initial consultation, we will perform several tests to help us determine the best course of treatment.
Dr. Janette Carroll uses a nonsurgical, noninvasive approach to opening your airway. By working with other highly trained health-care professionals in multiple specialties, we can help eliminate your breathing problems.
Solve Your Sleep Apnea Problem
Sleep apnea occurs when the tongue and other soft tissues in the back of your throat relax and obstruct your airway. With targeted, effective treatment through our multidisciplinary approach, we can help ensure your airway remains clear while you sleep, which will eliminate your sleep problems, help you snore less, and give you a better quality of life.
When Should You Consult a Profesional?
A surprising number of people have not consulted a professional about their concerns. Sleep Apnea has been linked to other serious health conditions and is potentially life-threatening.
- Enuresis (Bed Wetting)
- Difficulty in School
- Mouth Breathing
- Restless Sleep
- Aggressive Behavior
- Delayed/Stunted Growth
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Low IQ
- Chronic Allergies
- Opioid Addiction
- Crowded/Crooked Teeth
- Dark Circles Under Eyes
- Swollen Tonsils/Adenoids
- Daytime Drowsiness
- Pre-Mature Death
Individuals who are suffering the effects of any of these conditions should consult Dr. Janette Carroll. Our team of professionals can help determine if an underlying condition exists.
We are committed to helping you improve your health. Call us today at 360-424-0123 for adult sleep solutions in Buffalo. We can help with your child’s sleep disordered breathing problems, too.