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Why Sleep Apnea Shouldn’t Be Ignored

Sleep Apnea Treatment in Phoenix AZ

You’re struggling day in and day out to stay awake and alert. 

That’s because you’re not getting enough sleep.

A day of fatigue here and there isn’t a reason for alarm, but if this is how you feel nearly every day, it could mean you have sleep apnea.

This is a condition where your airways get blocked while you sleep, and you suffer up to a couple hundred brief, but terrifying, episodes throughout the night fighting to breathe.

You can find ways to overcome sleep apnea at Matthew J. Cavendish, DDS PLLC in Phoenix, AZ!

Why Sleep Apnea Shouldn’t Be Ignored

You might think that your loud snoring is simply an embarrassing quirk, one that ...

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Sleep Apnea: Time To Come Out Of Hibernation!

Spring is almost here, but all you want to do is hibernate. You’re more than just a little tired. You feel groggy when you wake up in the morning. You hit the snooze a few more times than you used to. Suddenly, even your morning coffee isn’t enough to wipe the cobwebs from your eyes.

You’re finding it more and more difficult to stay focused at work. Sure, you’re functioning well enough to keep your job, but lately, you’re forgetting little things here and there. Your attention to detail isn’t what it used to be, and you were late to the Monday morning meeting because you simply….forgot.

And that gym membership you ...

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Sleep Well This Year With A Small Oral Appliance

This year, our team at Matthew J. Cavendish, DDS in Phoenix, AZ wants you to make the decision to get better sleep for the sake of your health and the safety of those around you.

That’s why today’s blog is devoted to the dangerous sleep disorder known as sleep apnea, the surprising health risks that come with it, and how our team can help you get the rest you need in 2018!

Snoring Can Reveal a Serious Health Problem

Many people snore from time to time. But nightly snoring that’s loud enough to keep you and those in your household awake will affect everyone.

The reason snoring is such a common symptom tied to ...

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We Can Help You Sleep Well In 2018 (Video)

If you’re a person who makes New Year’s resolutions, then put better sleep on your list for 2018!

At Matthew J. Cavendish, DDS, PLLC, we can help you reach that goal with sleep apnea treatment in our Phoenix, AZ dental office.

Here’s a video message from Dr. Cavendish about the ways we can help you feel rested and refreshed for a healthier life this year.

Call Matthew J. Cavendish, DDS at (602) 428-7332 or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment.


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Solve Your Sleep Apnea Nightmare!

It creeps into your home while you’re fast asleep. It victimizes your spouse who fights helplessly to fall and stay asleep. It’s a nightmare for everyone in your household, worse than those mysterious noises or things that go bump in the night and keep everyone else awake.

It’s your snoring, and it’s become a nightmare for all the unfortunate souls who share a house with you!

Your loud, persistent snoring has been an issue for a while now. Despite attempts to mitigate it, with breathing strips and changing your sleeping position, it continues night after night. This is more than just an annoying problem. It could actually be a symptom of something ...

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Treat Sleep Apnea The Natural Way

Some health problems come with obvious signs and symptoms. This can make it easier when trying to decide on a treatment method.

You have itchy, watery eyes and fits of sneezing as soon as you step outside, so you take OTC medicine for seasonal allergies. You have indigestion or an upset stomach, so you take an antacid of some sort.

But when you’re experiencing symptoms that don’t seem quite connected with each other or with any health problem you’re aware of, it’s time to see your doctor for a proper diagnosis. This will help you get the treatment you need before problems become worse.

Sleep apnea can be one of those health conditions ...

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