Sleep Apnea Treatment Without a CPAP

Sasson Sarooei Health & Wellness Blog

When you think of snoring and sleep apnea treatment, the first thought that comes to mind is of a CPAP machine. They’re bulky. They’re loud. And, quite frankly, nobody wants to wear them. This can deter many people from getting treatment for sleep apnea. Sound familiar? Luckily, there are better, more effective ways to treat sleep apnea and snoring without the use of a CPAP machine. Keep reading to learn more about snoring and sleep apnea treatment without a CPAP machine.

Why CPAPs Aren’t Your Best Option

While a CPAP machine will relieve sleep apnea symptoms, it will not cure your sleep apnea. CPAP machines work by opening up your airways through pressure, so you can get deep, restful sleep. However, a CPAP machine is simply a bandaid, and there are better ways to treat sleep apnea issues.

  • CPAP machines are uncomfortable. There’s nothing more comfortable and cozy than curling up in bed and putting on a mask that covers your entire face, right? Wrong! CPAP machines are bulky and can leave you feeling claustrophobic.
  • CPAP machines are loud. When turned on, CPAP machines are loud and can be difficult to sleep next to. It can take a long time to get used to sleeping with one, and it can be difficult for bed-sharing partners to get used to it as well.

Sleep Apnea Treatment with Raio Dental

Don’t let CPAP machines scare you away from getting the sleep apnea treatment you need. Sleep apnea gets worse the longer it goes untreated. As symptoms worsen, such as obesity and heart issues, sleep apnea itself will worsen as well as part of a vicious cycle. This makes treatment imperative so that sleep apnea and its associated health risks do not worsen.

Looking for a better way to treat your sleep apnea symptoms without using a bulky, loud, dangerous machine? Raio Dental can help you get the sleep you and your partner need. Correcting airway problems may also help eliminate many health concerns while restoring you to a life full of energy, optimism, and joy. The Dent