If you snore, suffer from chronic fatigue or feel irritable, you could have sleep apnea.

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Do you or your bed partner snore loudly at night? Do you wake up feeling groggy or with a headache?

These types of experiences are not normal and could mean that you or your partner is suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. Unfortunately, this ailment goes undiagnosed in millions of people across the globe. In fact, studies show that over 1/3 of people in the Americas suffer from this condition! How Your Dentist Can Help You Sleep Better is a completely FREE and easy to read fact-filled guide.

Discover over a dozen symptoms that could mean you have sleep apnea

Learn how dentists are able to help with this condition

Understand why treating sleep apnea is critically important for your happiness and long-term health

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Being sleep deprived affects every aspect of your life, from personal and professional relationships to bodily safety. Imagine dozing off while driving or operating a power tool! Beyond your physical health, sleep apnea symptoms are demoralizing and linked to depression and other mental health disorders."