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Use a Tongue-Stabilizing Snore Guard for a Better Night’s Sleep

Use a Tongue-Stabilizing Snore Guard for a Better Night’s Sleep

Snoring is a common problem that affects many American bedrooms. However, snoring and breathing interruption that results from sleep apnea can be a very serious problem that has serious complications.

Fortunately, there are several different treatment options available to help address snoring problems. Before trying a particular treatment option, you should talk to your physician and have your sleep apnea accurately diagnosed. Individuals who suffer from a severe case of sleep apnea often requires a positive pressure treatment device or CPAP machine to remedy snoring and breathing-interruption issues.

If you have mild-to-moderate sleep apnea, you might find relief by using a snore guard when you go to bed at night. It’s worth noting that all snore guards need to be prescribed by a physician or an oral healthcare professional. So, you will need to schedule an appointment with your dentist, Dr. [doctor_name], to try one.

Tongue stabilizers are a type of snore guard that is preferred by denture wearers because the unit doesn’t attach to the teeth. The snore guard holds your tongue and soft palate in position, improving your breathing while you sleep.

You should clean the snore guard each morning by brushing it with denture polish. This will remove bacteria and plaque. You can also brush your tongue to wash away bacteria and freshen your breath. Make sure to thoroughly dry the snore guard with a clean paper towel and store it in the case provided.

If you would like to explore your snore guard options in [city], [state], you should call [practice_name] at [phone] to schedule an appointment.

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