Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Sleep Apnea Does Not Just Impact Men

While some physicians are hesitant to diagnose women as having sleep apnea, there are thousands of women who avoid this conversation with their doctor and continue to suffer the impact of lack of sleep. They may not even know they have sleep apnea. You may think you’re just tired, run down, and stressed. You may convince yourself you are not sleeping well because the holidays are coming up or because your in-laws will be in town.

But there is no shame in getting help for something that can impact your life negatively. Taking time to talk to Dr. Strutz and her team can help you develop a plan that will help you get the restful night’s sleep you need. Sleep is the key to your body rejuvenating and feeling refreshed. Without sleep, your body begins to break down.

You may feel moody, depressed, and have a short fuse. You may sludge through the day consuming caffeinated drink after caffeinated drink to try and keep up. Only to continue to feel tired.  Now there is even better news, if you have been avoiding getting help because you do not want to wear a large unattractive device on your face that makes so much noise it can wake up the neighbors, there are options.

A custom fit device that fits easily in your mouth can change your life around. For more information talk to Dr. Judy Strutz and her team today.

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