Snoring Treatment in Houston, TX

Is Your Snoring Affecting Your Relationship?

While some people may see snoring as a common quirk, it can have a large impact on the person closest to you — your spouse or partner. While you’re blissfully dreaming, your partner could be struggling to stay asleep due to the noise.

This can lead to sleep deprivation, which comes with serious health risks. A lack of sleep can lead to heart disease, kidney disease, depression, stroke, diabetes, and obesity. There are also risks that come with feeling lethargic throughout the day.

Many spouses of snorers end up retreating to a different room to be able to get to sleep. This can create tension in your relationship — but treatment for snoring can help.

The Causes of Snoring

Some of the causes of snoring are:

  • The anatomy of your mouth
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Nasal issues
  • Sleep deprivation
  • The position you’re sleeping in

If you snore, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Krell for an examination. You can reach us by calling (713) 877-1775 and we’ll schedule a consultation for you.

You Can Sleep Silently

If you snore, Dr. Krell can create a custom oral appliance or snore guard for you. He recommends the SILENT NITE oral appliance because it’s comfortable and doesn’t get in the way of regular breathing.

All you have to do is put the oral appliance in your mouth and fall asleep wearing it. It may feel strange at first, but it usually doesn’t take long to get used to wearing the appliance.

Could it Be Sleep Apnea?

If your snoring is loud and persistent, it may be a symptom of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Not all snoring is a sign of OSA, but it’s a common sign of the disorder. It’s important to determine whether you have OSA or not because it can have serious and detrimental effects on your life.

Contact Dr. Krell for Effective Treatment

If you’ve been having trouble with snoring, Dr. Krell can provide a simple and effective solution for you. To learn more about how he can help you, contact our office by calling (713) 877-1775 or by filling out our online contact form, available on this page. We can’t wait to hear about how we can help you.

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