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The Association Between Allergies and Sleep Apnea

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on May 10, 2022 12:35:05 PM

If you suffer from allergies and have difficulty sleeping, you’re not alone. Millions of people suffer from sleep problems due to nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms. It’s not normal to wake up gasping for air due to nasal congestion that often worsens at night. Even if you were to rely on home and store-bought remedies to suppress the symptoms long enough for you to fall or remain asleep, their effectiveness sometimes leaves much to be desired.

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Topics: Snoring, Allergy Management, Sleep Apnea, Insomnia

Can Allergies Cause Snoring?

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Mar 22, 2022 1:13:18 PM

Allergies are often a common source of irritation and distress for many. As the seasons and weather change throughout the year, so does the amount of airborne and household allergens and irritants floating about. No one ever looks forward to the sneezing attacks, red eyes, coughing fits, or stuffy nose that tend to flare more frequently during the spring and rainy times of the year. For many, allergies are more than a mild inconvenience, they are downright insufferable and challenging to live with.

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Topics: Snoring, Allergy Management

The Symptoms And Effective Treatment Options For Sleep Apnea

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Sep 24, 2021 7:57:54 AM

If you suffer from sleep apnea, it can change the way that you live. You may find yourself constantly fatigued and lacking motivation for the things that you once loved to do. Sleep apnea can also lead to depression, irritability, and mood swings. 

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Topics: Snoring

Know When To Visit An ENT Doctor For Ongoing Snoring

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Jun 29, 2021 9:56:07 AM

Snoring is considered an annoying social problem that irritates bed partners and family members. But there's more to this sleep disorder that affects nearly half the adult population.

Why do people snore in their sleep? Snoring is the sound that results when breathing is obstructed. Some factors that lead to snoring include poor muscle tone, a long soft palate, and bulky tongue muscle tissue. Snoring might also be a warning sign that you're suffering from a condition that interferes with your breathing during sleep. Such conditions include nasal polyps, sinus infections, or a deviated septum.

Poor muscle tone causes partial collapse of the palate and tongue while you sleep, reducing the size of the breathing passage. That causes the palate to vibrate as you struggle to pull the air through the restricted route. While it's easy to dismiss it as a bothersome habit, snoring can be a sign of a severe medical condition known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

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Topics: Snoring

Postnasal Drip Long-term Effects and how it Impacts Frequent Snoring

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Dec 22, 2020 11:34:00 AM

If you wake up in the morning and still feel exhausted, there's a chance that you're facing frequent sleep interruptions during the night. These changes in breathing and micro-coughs may not even be remembered upon waking. However, can really add up by creating feelings of sleep deprivation in you and your partner.

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Topics: Snoring

Learn More About How Smoking May Increase Snoring

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Dec 18, 2020 11:22:00 AM

It is estimated that nearly 25% of adults snore regularly, with 45% occasionally making the sleep sounds. Although it is a common problem, it can disrupt sleep patterns and frustrate listeners. Those seeking a better night's sleep — or irritated partners hoping for a miracle — are often curious if habits in their lives can contribute to the issue.

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Topics: Snoring

What Happens With Minimally Invasive Sleep Apnea Surgery

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Aug 28, 2020 10:25:33 AM

What if you stopped breathing for a total of 10 minutes every hour? This may be happening if you have sleep apnea, a common sleep disorder, in which your breathing stops or becomes extremely shallow temporarily. These pauses can last 10 to 20 seconds and can occur more than 30 times per hour! In its most common form, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is caused by an airway that is narrowed or blocked.

Many people living with sleep apnea find that decongestants don’t provide lasting relief and using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, or bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) therapy is cumbersome and frustrating. Fortunately for the millions of people who live with this condition, minimally invasive sleep apnea surgery is an option. The specialists at C/V ENT Surgical Group utilize the latest procedural techniques available nationwide to offer sleep apnea patients lasting relief.

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Topics: Septoplasty, Snoring

Septoplasty for Snoring - Why, When, and How It's Performed

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Jan 27, 2020 10:35:54 AM

Snoring can affect your quality of life, and that of your partner. The loss of sleep quality can impact every aspect of your life – your short and long-term health, your productivity, and your relationships. There are a number of causes of snoring, and one of them is corrected by a septoplasty.

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Topics: Septoplasty, Snoring

The Most Effective Ways To Treat Snoring & Correct Structural Problems

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Dec 27, 2019 10:10:06 AM

Snoring may be the focus of some jokes and cartoons, but for people who snore and those who live with them, it is not a laughing matter. Snoring reduces the length and quality of sleep for the snorer, his or her bed partner, and sometimes the entire household. Snoring is a common problem among all ages and both men and women.

Approximately 90 million American adults snore, 37 million on a regular basis. Some causes of snoring are temporary such as pregnancy or upper respiratory distress caused by a cold or the flu. Persistent snoring needs to be addressed, and there are many remedies. Some require making minor changes; others require medical intervention.  

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Topics: Septoplasty, Snoring

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At C/V ENT Surgical Group we always use the most cutting edge techniques and the best medical equipment to diagnose and treat each and every one of our patients. Aesthetic and functional concerns as well as compassion are of utmost importance to our physicians and by the end of your experience you’ll see why we’re consistently rated the best ENT doctors in Los Angeles.

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