Sleep Disordered Breathing May Be Impacting You or Your Family
"Better Sleep is a Better You"
by Ken Hooks
"Sleep disordered breathing is linked to numerous bodily dysfunctions and proper diagnosis and therapy have proven to give patients "new life""
If you have any of these symptoms, a diagnostic sleep study is likely warranted.
Excessive daytime sleepiness
High blood pressure (hypertension)
Obesity (inability to lose weight)
Memory loss/Cognition impairment
Heart disorder or failure
Weakened immune system
Frequent nocturnal urination
Sleep is said to be the most 2nd most important thing in our lives with breathing being the most important. Unfortunately, many children and adults do not breath properly at night which results in poor sleep quality and overall health.
Open mouth sleeping and snoring are NEVER normal regardless of your age!
Are you feeling affected by poor sleep?
Contact us today for a full myofunctional assessment!