Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Health Risks & Awareness

A few decades ago, cigarettes and fast food were thought to have no significant health risks.

We all know how dangerous this misunderstanding has proven to be.

Similarly, snoring is finally being understood as a major contributor to many serious health problems. Snoring and sleep apnea have been shown to increase cardiovascular disease, which is the number one reason for premature death in America. Snoring and sleep apnea are dangerous situations.

Putting a stop to snoring is a significant move, for your own health and for the sake of your loved ones, who also suffer as a result of your sleep disorder. That even includes your kids sleeping in the next room, if they hear your snoring…sleep deprivation.

Your decision to stop snoring and treat sleep apnea is an important step in improving your health and quality of life.

Our experts will provide you with quality care that meets and exceeds the highest medical standards available.

Sleep Disorder Facts

  • 90 million Americans snore.
  • 60% of all Americans over 40 snore.
  • 27% of all American couples sleep in separate bedrooms because of snoring.
  • Over 56 million people, 24% of men and 9% of women, suffer with sleep apnea.
  • 80% – 90% of sleep apnea sufferers go undiagnosed.
  • Only 5% of sleep apnea sufferers are treated.
  • Close to 75% of those treated with CPAP reject this form of treatment.

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