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Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Treatment at Jindalee Complete Dental

At Jindalee Complete Dental, we are dedicated to providing all the modern solutions you need. With our state-of-the-art approach, you’ll benefit from the latest technology and techniques in dentistry. Our care extends to all parts of your mouth and throat, not just your teeth and gums. If you are bothered by snoring or have been diagnosed with sleep apnoea, we feature options to address your needs.

Do You Have a Snoring Problem?

Does your partner complain of being kept awake by your snoring? Are you unable to get the rest you need because of the noise your partner makes at night? You may wake up feeling exhausted or have frequent headaches. Your partner may have told you that you stop breathing periodically during sleeping hours. All of these are common signs that you have trouble with sleep apnoea. Symptoms of sleep apnoea include:

  • A feeling of tiredness throughout the day
  • Chronic, loud snoring
  • Difficulty paying attention
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Frequent wake-ups
  • Headaches, particularly upon waking
  • High blood pressure
  • Irritability, mood swings and depression
  • Obesity/being overweight
  • Pauses in breathing

The Three Types of Sleep Apnoea

If you have sleep apnoea, you have one of three different kinds:

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnoea: This is the most common form of sleep apnoea. When the muscles in your throw relax, your airway narrows. Your brain senses that you can’t breathe, then wakes you up so that you can open up your airway. This process can occur up to hundreds of times each night, leaving you exhausted all day.
  • Central Sleep Apnoea: Your brain may not send the proper signals to the muscles that control breathing. As a result, you stop breathing for short periods.
  • Complex Sleep Apnoea: You can have a combination of central sleep apnoea and obstructive sleep apnoea. This condition is referred to as treatment-emergent central sleep apnoea.

Assess Your Risk Factors

You may wonder if you have a chance of developing sleep apnoea. There are certain groups that have a higher risk. For example, it’s more common in men. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure or are overweight, you are more likely to have sleep apnoea.

Get the Help You Need

You may be unsure as to whether you should consult with a professional. If you have any of the symptoms that were listed above, you may require help for snoring or sleep apnoea Jindalee. Our team is here for you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!


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Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Treatment Jindalee, Sinnamon Park QLD | (07) 3376 5475