Stop Snoring Permanently

Stop Snoring Permanently

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Stop Snoring NYC – Permanent, Medical Solutions For Snoring
Why Do People Snore?
According to the National Sleep Foundation, around 90 million Americans snore. Snoring is a common condition that can become a nightly occurrence. Snoring occurs when the airway is obstructed during sleep. People who snore are often the last to know about their snoring condition. Roommates or sleep partners are typically the ones who call attention to this nighttime pattern. Get the best treatment to stop snoring NYC has to offer with sleep expert Dr. Shukla. Dr Shukla is the premiere sleep doctor NYC has available with over 15+ years experience serving the community.
What Causes Snoring?
  • Being overweight
  • Nasal allergies & sinuses
  • Age
  • A narrow airway
  • Sleep posture
  • Smoking, alcohol and medications
  • Sleep disorder
It is important to see a doctor to evaluate, diagnose and treat your snoring problem. Unfortunately, snoring cannot be treated with drugstore alternatives. Snoring can only be properly treated by a doctor with medical solutions that will permanently stop this condition. If left untreated, snoring can lead to poor sleep quality, heart strain, interrupted sleep, continued fatigue and other various health risks.
Snoring Symptoms
  • Sore throat
  • Fatigue
  • Problems with memory and concentration
  • Mood changes
  • Waking up throughout the night
  • Interrupted breathing patterns during sleep
  • Headaches
  • Weight gain
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Stop Snoring Permanently In 4 Easy Steps

Step 1: Book a consultation with a sleep doctor. During the initial consultation, Dr. Shukla will perform a short physical exam, evaluate your snoring symptoms, assess your medical history and address any questions or concerns. If further research is needed, the doctor might recommend a sleep test. Sleep tests can be done at home or in the office to monitor your snoring habits throughout the night.

Step 2: At the end of the consultation, Dr. Shukla will recommend a customized medical snoring solution. Snoring is a condition that must be treated and can be permanently stopped with the help of a doctor.

Step 3: After a set amount of time, Dr. Shukla will evaluate your progress with the snoring solution. If needed, treatment will be adjusted. All further questions or concerns will be addressed during this check-up.

Step 4: Enjoy all the benefits that come with permanently treating your snoring problem.

Medical Solutions For Snoring
This discreet oral mandibular advancement device (MAD) is customized to fit the patient’s mouth and moves the jaw forward to open the airway during sleep.
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy uses air pressure to respond and adjust to the patient’s breathing habits throughout the night.
Provent uses expiratory positive airway pressure to open nasal airways during sleep.
Winx therapy applies a slight negative pressure inside the mouth to clear the airway of any obstructions.
This Inspire device is implanted within the patient’s chest and controlled by the doctor and patient through corresponding remotes. It opens airways through a mild stimulation to airway muscles.
For children who snore, options like the CPAP device, oral device, tonsillectomy surgery and adenoidectomy surgery can be used to permanently stop snoring. Check out our pediatric sleep solutions to help your child sleep better.
A majority of this process can be covered by insurance. Check with your insurance company to find out if you are covered. We are located in New York with offices in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. At Sleep MD, we diagnose sleep disorders and provide sleep solutions for thousands of people each year in New York. Contact us today for more information on how to permanently stop your snoring.
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    How to Stop Snoring and Keep Your Sanity in Bed

    The causes of snoring are varied. Your weight, health, allergies, and even alcohol consumption can lead to snoring. However, it’s pretty simple in terms of your anatomy. According to the Mayo Clinic, the muscles in your mouth relax as you fall asleep. In some cases, they relax to a point where they partially block your airways, causing vibration as you breathe. The more complete the blockage, the louder the snore. If you wish to stop snoring for good, this article is for you.

    Unsurprisingly, men are the most frequent offenders of a peaceful night’s sleep. A full 40% of adult men snore, compared to only 24% of women. It’s an annoying nighttime habit, but it’s overwhelmingly innocent. Let’s dig into the different possible causes of snoring so you can stop snoring tonight!

    How to Identify Sleep Apnea

    Although most instances of snoring can be easily explained away, recognizing sleep apnea could save your partner’s life. The American Sleep Apnea Association identifies this potentially dangerous sleep disorder as a condition that causes an “involuntary cessation of breathing” during sleep. Left untreated, patients with sleep apnea can stop breathing sometimes “hundreds of times during the night and often for a minute or longer.”

    This condition is most common in men, primarily men of African or Hispanic descent, but affects a wide range of people, even children. The National Sleep Foundation estimates that more than 18 million Americans have some form of sleep apnea, so it is important to recognize the symptoms.

    Sleep Apnea Symptoms

    Among the easiest sleep apnea symptoms to identify is the cessation of breath. Unfortunately, these episodes rarely wake the person experiencing sleep apnea. Rather, it is more often than not the partner next to them that notices the pause in breathing. Those who sleep alone or with another heavy sleeper may need additional indicators.

    Heavy, regular snoring is the most common sleep apnea symptom. In addition, those with sleep apnea tend to feel tired during the day, occasionally falling asleep during normal activities. It is this combination of reduced oxygen and exhaustion that makes sleep apnea a dangerous condition if ignored.

    Patients left untreated are more likely to develop high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and memory loss. Weight gain and impotence are also common results, which can exacerbate the existing condition. Seek out sleep apnea treatment as soon as possible as it may stop snoring completely.

    Taking steps to Stop Snoring

    If it’s just a run-of-the-mill snoring problem, then there is still the question of how you can maximize your rest for yourself and anyone near you.

    Here are a few, simple solutions you can try prior to seeking a sleep specialist in NYC:

    1. Switch up your position. Gravity is one of the primary causes of snoring when you sleep flat on your back. Try sleeping on your side. If that doesn’t work or you find yourself automatically adjusting back, try raising the head of your bed with an extra pillow to prevent gravity from allowing the relaxed muscles in your mouth and throat to obstruct your airways.
    2. Take better care of yourself. Unfortunately, obesity dramatically increases your chances of snoring, as do smoking and alcohol consumption. Both smoking and alcohol increase the relaxation of the same muscles that have the potential to block airways. Obesity increases overall pressure in the region.
    3. Try a nasal strip or external dilator. These handy tools can help to widen your nasal passages as you sleep, allowing for easier breathing and less snoring. Unfortunately, their helpfulness is limited to patients whose snoring originates in their nasal passages.

    Snoring Treatment with Dr. Shukla

    If you’ve tried these simple steps to stop snoring or suffer from sleep apnea, it is important to seek professional help. Sleep MD offers all the diagnostic tools and medical solutions to treat your snoring for good. With five separate approaches, Dr. Shulka will use your initial consultation to decipher your snoring patterns and match you with the best approach, allowing both you and your partner to rest easy.

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