Do you have sleep apnea? Here's one easy way to find out

More than 18 million Americans have sleep apnea

SAN ANTONIO – Do you have sleep apnea?

The professionals at The Center for Sleep Apnea & Snoring will guide you toward a better night's rest and a better life.

If you suffer from sleep apnea, snoring, or CPAP intolerance, the team at The Center for Sleep Apnea & Snoring is dedicated to finding you the ideal treatment for your needs.

"Sleep apnea can cause diabetes (and) high blood pressure and even lead to a stroke," said Veronica Morillos, a sleep technician with The Center for Sleep Apnea & Snoring.

Instead of using a CPAP breathing mask for sleep apnea, The Center for Sleep Apnea & Snoring offers an oral appliance to help patients get better sleep.

What you need to know about sleep apnea:

  • Sleep apnea can seriously affect your health.
  • Sleep apnea is more than just snoring.
  • Sleep apnea can be treated.

Most medical insurance providers and Medicare cover sleep-related treatments.

The Center for Sleep Apnea & Snoring special

The first 25 callers will receive a free sleep consultation with The Center for Sleep Apnea & Snoring.

Find out if you are at risk of sleep apnea by taking an easy sleeping assessment here.

For more information, visit stopsnoringtx.com or call 210-598-8200.

 

 

Sponsored article by The Center for Sleep Apnea & Snoring.


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