Why Your Sleep Apnea Symptoms Might Be Worse In The Fall
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Dr. Young of Monmouth and Ocean County, NJ Shares Why Your Sleep Apnea Symptoms Might Be Worse In The Fall
Are your sleep apnea symptoms worse in the fall? If so, fall allergies might be the cause. If you're experiencing “hay fever” symptoms, that combined with your existing sleep apnea may exacerbate your condition, causing fatigue and irritability. At Shore Sleep a good night’s sleep is vital to feeling good and staying healthy. If you or someone you know is suffering from chronic illness or fatigue, discover how Shore Dental SleepCare can help.
Recognized throughout Monmouth and Ocean County as one of the leading obstructive sleep apnea specialists, Dr. Young shares an article by the Millenium Sleep Lab that explains why your sleep apnea symptoms are worse in the fall The Connection Between Sleep Apnea and Allergies.
Shore Dental SleepCare is a sleep apnea specialist providing the most advanced CPAP treatments in Ocean & Monmouth County. If you are experiencing the symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing and suspect that sleeping problems are affecting your activities, contact Shore Dental SleepCare today on our contact page.