SLEEP DISORDERS FALLING UNDER THE RADAR
Immediate Release: February 01, 2016
Learn About Sleep
You are tired! Physically – mentally - emotionally. Tired of trying to figure out how to deal with your sleep issues only to keep hitting a dead-end. After everything you have tried and after all your questions have been left unanswered, we are here to tell you: Your Journey Ends NOW.
Imagine your world where you look forward to a restful night’s sleep and you get it! A world where you face the day refreshed and invigorated; ready for what life throws at you.
Imagine waking up suddenly every night. Not just once, but hundreds of times. For more than 20 million Americans with sleep apnea, the most common sleep disorder, it's real and real tiring. With over $100 billion in lost productivity, medical expenses, sick leave, and property/ environmental damage reported annually, it's time to put the spotlight on sleep disorder treatments. Sleep Apnea is a curable health hazard and a public threat.
Maturing baby boomers need to know that the incidence of sleep apnea increases with age and weight, 28% of men over age 65 suffer and postmenopausal women are at risk. Chicago Sleep Apnea Dentist Ira Shapira (a pioneer of dental sleep medicine) is curing hundreds of sleep deprived Chicagoans who suffer from disruptive snoring and life threatening sleep apnea with custom night use oral appliances that keep the airway open, ensuring a restful night sleep and lowering the patient's' risk of stroke, heart disease, and sleep related car accidents.
If you or a loved one has loud persistent snoring, daytime drowsiness or a loss of concentration, talk with an experienced sleep medicine expert. Once diagnosed, snoring and obstructive sleep apnea can be treated with a medical device known as a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure), through surgical options, or with effective dental appliances (There are 60 different appliances that Dr. Shapira utilizes to cure sleep apnea).
School teacher Mary Ann Punke was diagnosed with sleep apnea after learning from friends on a ski trip that she snored all night long:
"The TAP oral sleep appliance recommended by Dr. Shapira is comfortable and easy to sleep with no longer snore", comments Mary Ann Punke. "I sought out Dr. Shapira because the M.D. prescribed CPAP machine was cumbersome, noisy and ill fitted, making it ineffective. My husband, who also snored, paid a visit to Dr. Shapira to be fitted with an appliance after witnessing my success. Night times are now quiet and restful in our house."