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Stop Snoring from Ruining Your Night

Dr. Robert P. Collette, M.D.You’re tired, irritable and feel fatigued all day long—and so is your significant other! Your snoring is annoying your partner and may be causing you to experience restless sleep also. But you may not even know it. Dr. Robert P. Collette can treat your snoring and other sinus, ear nose and throat symptoms to end sleepless nights for you and your partner.

Each snorer is different, so evaluation and diagnosis is key to a deeper, more restful sleep.

Snoring is caused when your airway is narrow or blocked, making it difficult to breathe and allowing your excess throat or nasal tissue to vibrate. There are many reasons why your airway has become or always was narrow, including:

  • Sleep apnea 
  • Nasal and sinus blockages 
  • Deviated septum 
  • Inflamed nasal membrane 
  • Age 
  • Smoking, alcohol consumption and medications 
  • Your gender 
  • Your weight 
  • Heredity 
  • Sleeping position

Though many of the causes of snoring can be fixed with a simple lifestyle change—such as losing weight or sleeping on your side—snoring can indicate a serious medical issue, such as sleep apnea, and requires medical treatment and surgery. See if you are at risk for one of these more serious medical issues by taking our quick sleep disorder assessment.

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious condition in which your breathing stops repeatedly, usually causing you to wake up hundreds of times during the night. Many sufferers don’t remember waking up, so sleep apnea often goes untreated. This condition can lead to serious health issues such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure, so schedule a priority consultation today if you have any of these symptoms:

  • Chronic, loud snoring 
  • Daytime sleepiness, even if you get a full night of sleep 
  • Choking, snorting or gasping during sleep 
  • Morning headaches 
  • Insomnia 
  • Waking up feeling out of breath 
  • Moodiness, irritability or depression 
  • Waking up with dry mouth or sore throat


Treatments for Snoring

Sleep Disorder Breathing QuizDepending on what is causing your snoring, Dr. Collette will recommend a treatment that will allow you to sleep more soundly so you'll feel more rested during the day.

Snoring does not have to affect your life.

Whether your diagnosis calls for a lifestyle change or a surgical procedure, such as a Septoplasty Turbinate Surgery to fix a deviated septum or Turbinate Nasal Surgery to remove whatever is restricting your airway, you and your partner can finally get relief from restless nights. Contact us today to schedule a priority consultation and start on your way to a quiet, restful sleep.

“The surgery was great! Feel so much better, no headaches. Recovery was quick and easy.”
Bernice W. Orange City, FL Click for more patient testimonials.
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