We may be just easing out of peak allergy season, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t still suffering the effects.
It’s tough to get a good night’s sleep if you often go to bed with a stuffy nose.
Couple nasal congestion with obstructive sleep apnea, a condition where your airways become blocked repeatedly throughout the night, and you have the perfect storm for a summer of misery!
While one condition doesn’t cause the other, sinus inflammation brought on by seasonal allergies can definitely prolong or worsen episodes of OSA.
More importantly, sleep apnea on its own is a serious health problem that shouldn’t go untreated!
Here’s Dr. Owens explaining what he and our team can do to help you breathe better and sleep better without the hassles of a CPAP machine.