Clifton Dental Studio 92 Queens Road, Bristol

Call Today On 0117 973 1910
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Clifton Dental Studio, 92 Queens Road, Bristol, Avon,BS8 1RT

Call Clifton Dental Studio Today On 0117 973 1910

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How to Stop Snoring

If snoring is keeping you awake at night, we can help. Our anti-snoring treatments can help to improve breathing while you sleep, reducing noise and ensuring everyone enjoys a good night’s sleep.

What causes snoring and how can I stop?

The noise of snoring is caused by the soft tissue at the back of the mouth and in the throat vibrating. The most common risk factors for snoring include:
  • being overweight
  • having a large neck circumference
  • smoking
  • sleeping on your back
  • taking certain forms of medication, including sleeping pills
  • drinking alcohol.
Sometimes, people also find that they snore when they have an illness that affects their breathing, such as a cough or cold. If you snore occasionally, there’s probably nothing to worry about and you won’t need to seek advice. But if snoring is a persistent problem, it’s a good idea to see your GP or come and see us. Disturbed nights of sleep can soon make you feel drowsy and lethargic during the day and in the long-term, you may be at risk of stress, anxiety, depression and increased susceptibility to illnesses and infections. There are some very simple steps you can take to stop snoring, including:
  • changing your sleeping position (sleeping on your side is preferable to sleeping on your back)
  • avoiding alcohol during the evenings
  • exercising on a regular basis
  • avoiding sleeping pills
Giving up smoking is also hugely beneficial for snorers. However, we recognise that this is a difficult process and are here to help and support you. We are also able to provide custom-designed bite guards made by Somnowell. Somnowell products are tried and tested and have been developed based on years of research. Mandibular advancement devices have been proven to be very effective for people who snore on a regular basis. These devices are designed to improve breathing and increase air flow by holding the lower jaw in a forward position while you sleep. If you need help for snoring, call now and arrange a consultation!

We Can Put Your Snoring to Bed, Permanently!

If snoring and sleepless nights are getting you down, we are here to help. Whether you are a snorer or you share a bed with somebody who snores on a regular basis, there are ways to restore the peace and ensure you get the rest you need.

What causes snoring?

The noise you hear when somebody snores is caused by the vibration of the soft tissue at the back of the mouth. Most people snore from time to time, but if you snore on a regular basis, this may be a sign that you are struggling to get enough oxygen while you sleep. The most common risk factors for snoring include being overweight, sleeping on your back and allergies. Structural problems, which affect the nasal passages, colds and coughs can also increase the risk of snoring. In many cases, changing your sleeping position, treating allergies and losing weight can help to reduce snoring. However, if snoring continues, there may be other options available.

How we can help

We provide Somnowell anti-snoring treatments to help patients enjoy restful nights of sleep. Somnowell has produced a range of treatments for snoring, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders and sleep apnoea and we have found these treatments to be highly effective. We recommend the Somnowell anti-snoring device to combat snoring. This device adjusts the position of the lower jaw in order to increase air flow and ensure that you get enough oxygen during sleep. The device shifts the lower jaw forward slightly and facilitates improved breathing during the night. The device is built to last and it is designed for comfort.

Stop Snoring for Good in Swindon

Do you live with a snorer? Are you conscious about staying away from home because you snore on a regular basis? Are you longing for a peaceful, undisturbed night of sleep? If so, we can help! Whether you snore or your partner snores and it’s starting to take its toll on your energy levels or your relationship, we can help!

What causes snoring?

Snoring is a very common problem and it isn’t usually anything to worry about. However, if you snore on a persistent basis, this can be a sign that your body isn’t getting enough oxygen, and treatment may be beneficial. Many people tend to snore from time to time when they’re ill and bunged up, they’ve been on a night out or they are sleeping on their back. The most common risk factors for persistent snoring include smoking, obesity and allergies. The sound you hear when somebody is snoring is caused by the soft tissue at the back of the throat vibrating.

How we can help

If you snore on a regular basis and making changes to your lifestyle haven’t had any effect, we may recommend using a specially designed appliance that moves the jaw forward. You wear the appliance when you are sleeping and it helps to increase air flow by keeping the airway open. We understand that snoring can have a real impact on day to day life, so if you’re bothered by snoring, don’t suffer in silence. We can help to ensure you and your family enjoy a silent night in no time!

Give your loved one a break with our Anti-Snoring Treatment in Western-super-Mare

4443553_blogIf you’re a snorer, the chances are that somebody close to you is not having the best of times. Snoring makes it difficult to sleep and over the course of time, disrupted nights of sleep can have a real impact on your mood, as well as your energy levels, your concentration and your physical health. Of course, you don’t mean to snore, but if you a regular snorer and it’s taking a toll on the one you love, we can help! Our anti-snoring remedies include the Somnowell device, which is the latest anti-snoring appliance. We have found this appliance to be very effective and recommend it for our patients who snore frequently. The appliance works by holding the jaw in a forward position, which helps to keep the airway open. The Somnowell device is different to other mandibular advancement devices because it is built to last a lifetime and is highly resistant to bacteria and fungi, which helps to promote good oral health. Snoring is a very common problem, which is most commonly associated with coughs and colds or sleeping in certain positions, but it can become a serious issue and in cases where snoring is persistent, there may be underlying factors, which need investigating, such as allergies, obesity and breathing issues. Using the latest treatments on the market, we can help to banish snoring from your bedroom and ensure you enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.

Call Today On 0117 973 1910 Email info@cliftonsmiles.co.uk

Dr Gerrard is a Bristol based Cosmetic dentist with many years of experience and is one of only a small number of dentists accredited by The British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

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Call Today On 0117 973 1910
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Clifton Dental Studio, 92 Queens Road,Bristol, Avon,BS8 1RT

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Dr. Neil Gerrard BDS (Bristol), RDT, MSc (Dental Implants),  GDC no 76257. Clifton Dental Studio is a Private Dental Practice. Website last updated: July 2018
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