Everyone snores…

But not everyone snores loudly enough to wake up the neighbors.

Snoring is a sleep-related breathing disorder. If it happens often enough to affect the quality and quantity of your sleep, it may be a sign of a deeper problem—like sleep apnea. If you experience it in combination with daytime fatigue, weight gain, or headaches, it’s even more indicative of a sleep apnea problem.

At iHateSnoringMD, we offer a FREE, in-home sleep screening to help you determine the best snoring treatment for your condition. If you live in the Rockville, Bethesda, Gaithersburg, or Potomac area, contact us to get started with a consult today!

What Causes Snoring?

Although the reasons for snoring can vary greatly, some common causes include:

  • Nasal and sinus problems
  • Age
  • Weight
  • Alcohol, smoking, and medications
  • Sleep posture
  • And more

When Is Snoring a Sign of Sleep Apnea?

Snoring is common among all types of people, but when it’s loud enough to keep you and your loved ones up at night, it can be a sign of a deeper problem. Loud, constant snoring is often linked with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and occurs when your airways are obstructed, causing gaps in your breath as you sleep. It can often cause feelings of unrest or drowsiness during the day and even impact your ability to perform daily activities.

If any of these symptoms sound familiar to you, they may be indicative of a deeper problem and we recommend you seek out snoring treatment immediately.

Snoring Treatment in Rockville, Maryland

When snoring is linked with sleep apnea, it can lead to significant health issues ranging from feelings of unrest during the day to high blood pressure or even a stroke or heart attack. So if you think your snoring could be a symptom of a much larger issue, contact us to schedule a FREE sleep screening.

Our innovative approach to snoring treatment is customized to help you get the restful sleep you deserve, based on your specific symptoms. It’s non-surgical, non-invasive, and comprehensive to set you up for snore-free sleep long term. We use a snoring mouthpiece that’s worn like a retainer and, unlike the continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device, becomes comfortable quickly. Plus, it’s covered by most insurance companies, including Medicare! Because we want to maximize success and improve health long term, we also combine the snoring mouthpiece with posture correction therapy.

Read more about this one-of-a-kind approach to snoring treatment or give us a call to schedule a consult in the Rockville, MD area—240-283-5059!