Sleeping is one of the most beneficial and restorative things you can do, particularly if your sleep cycle is deep and uninterrupted. As your sleep cycles progress over the course of the night, the cycle of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) repeats several times. REM sleep is when your brain is most active and is vital to creating neural pathways. These neural pathways created during REM sleep promote healing and the energizing necessary to wake up refreshed every day. However, if you or your loved ones have a problem with snoring or sleep apnea, restful sleep may be something you have only dreamed of. Sleep deprivation as the result of snoring may also mean that you received insufficient oxygen for the duration of your rest. This can result in reduced levels of concentration, decreased energy, and mood swings. Fortunately, there are treatment options available to assist you in getting your sleep patterns back on track. If you are considering seeking professional help with snoring, consider NightLase as a way to help you.
So, what is NightLase and how can it help? Well, NightLase, or laser assisted sleep therapy, works by tightening oral mucosa tissue within the mouth. This safe and non-invasive procedure is able to decrease the volume of snoring to create a breathing pattern that is no longer bothersome for yourself or those around you.
This method of treatment can help you to prevent surgery and will not require anesthesia. Because it is non-invasive, you will receive treatments in an outpatient setting over the course of a series of appointments. The appointments will occur over about six weeks, showing gradual results that will become noticeable almost immediately upon completion.
Sleep cycles are necessary for a restorative and reparative night of rest. If you are having interruptions due to sleep apnea or snoring, you are likely not waking up as refreshed as you should. NightLase can help you to enter deeper levels of sleep to give you a healthy energy boost the next morning.
Sleep apnea is problematic for even the most disciplined sleepers. If you have a regular, consistent sleep schedule and are still waking up fatigued, sleep apnea may be the cause. NightLase can help to resolve your sleep apnea to give you more restful sleep.
Disturbances in your sleep patterns and cycles can cause a plethora of often undiagnosed health problems. If you are experiencing disruptive snoring or sleep apnea throughout your night, consider NightLase as a way to help you combat it. If snoring is problematic for you, consult with our specialist at Nowak Aesthetics in Chula Vista about NightLase. With this laser-assisted sleep therapy, your sleep schedules could become more consistent, and your days will also become much more pleasant. Contact us today to book a consultation and learn more!