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If you wear the CPAP, you know that it can be uncomfortable. You may not even be compliant with your treatment with the CPAP because of the noise, slipping mask, condensation, or feelings of claustrophobia.
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80% Of Those With Sleep Apnea Are Undiagnosed … Don’t Risk It

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Dr. Rashmi Parmar:  First Female Diplomate Certified by the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine In Maryland

If you have sleep apnea or think that you might have it, you want to get treatment from someone who is a leader in their profession and who stays on top of the latest trends in the treatment of sleep apnea.  Dr. Parmar is committed to helping those who suffer with sleep apnea find real and lasting help and a better nights sleep.

Sleeping with a CPAP machine, which includes a face mask, tubing and constantly running motor can be challenging.  Many people let their sleep apnea go untreated simply because the cannot or want wear the CPAP.  However, many Maryland residents are unaware there is a safe and effective alternative treatment called “oral appliance therapy.”  This is a simple mouth guard type device that fits comfortably in the mouth, is portable and easy to wear.

Dr. Parmar is committed to using her knowledge of dental sleep medicine to help treat her patients snoring and sleep apnea.  This commitment well help you get a better nights sleep.

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Stop Snoring And Treat Your Sleep Apnea With Oral Appliance Therapy

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The Facts On Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Snoring is definitely nothing to yawn at and it is the most common symptom of sleep apnea.  Estimates are that about 90 million people suffer from snoring activity during sleep.  It’s estimated that about half of these suffer with Obstructive Sleep Apnea or OSA.

Not everybody that snores has sleep apnea but loud and frequent snoring is a major sign of OSA.  People who have obstructive sleep apnea can stop breathing several times a night for just a few seconds up to a minute.  These pauses in breathing keep the body from getting the rest it needs in order to revitalize and heal itself.  Both snoring and sleep apnea can be caused or made worse by obesity, large tongue and tonsils, aging and head and neck shape.

Getting Diagnosed

If you suspect you have sleep apnea, the first thing to do is get a sleep study done to confirm.  There are a couple of ways to do this.  One is to go to a sleep center and be tested.  The other is an in home sleep study that is taken then read by a sleep doctor for diagnosis.  If you need help with this process, then call our office at 410-531-5639 we will be glad to assist you.

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