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Sleep Apnea Toronto - What Is It?

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Streamed live on Sep 18, 2013

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The condition of sleep apnea Toronto area residents deal with should not be treated lightly because it can lead to potentially serious health problems. Sleep apnea is a serious condition and it needs to first be officially diagnosed by a medical doctor at a sleep clinic Toronto has for this purpose. Since people with sleep apnea stop breathing many times during sleep it is a good idea to be accompanied by someone while sleeping until proper treatment is obtained. For mild to moderate forms of this condition, if a dentist has proper training, a sleep apnea clinic Toronto dentists operate (such as Dr. Goodfellow's) can provide a great solution.

Sleep apnea is a condition that affects your breathing while sleeping. It happens by briefly interrupting the breathing of a person who has this and their breathing becomes very shallow when they sleep. It prevents a person from having a good night's sleep and it can greatly disturb their rest and sleep pattern. When your breathing is interrupted when you sleep, your sleeping rhythm will automatically be affected. Because of this, you will have less time in a state of sleep and/or sleep will not be as deep. Productivity may therefore be affected the next day.

Treatment for mild to moderate sleep apnea can be provided by a properly trained dentist. A dental device known as an oral appliance (mouth guard) can help in managing or handling this kind of condition. Dental devices for sleep apnea are specially designed to keep an open airway for the person who has this condition so they will have a better breathing pattern. These mouth guards are placed inside the mouth before sleep.

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