Good sleep is a major contributing factor to good health.
For many adults, snoring and sleep apnea not only disrupt sleep, but create relationship tension, compromise mental health, increase risk of car accidents, and ultimately reduce quality of life.
Dr. Brian Rotenberg has committed his professional practice to diagnosing and treating snoring and sleep apnea. He has performed thousands of effective surgeries, helping patients get better sleep and improve their physical and mental health.
Dr. Rotenberg can help you understand the physical causes of your sleep issues and recommend and perform surgeries that will change your life for the better.
If you’re struggling with snoring or sleep apnea, Dr. Rotenberg can help.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a type of sleep disruption that can have serious health consequences. It causes your breathing to periodically stop while you’re sleeping. This is related to the relaxation of the muscles in your throat. When you stop breathing, your body usually wakes up, causing you to lose out on quality sleep. Over time, sleep apnea can increase your risk of developing high blood pressure, metabolic issues, increased risk of car accidents, depression, and other health problems, so it’s important to treat it. If nonsurgical treatments don’t help, you may need surgery.
When is Snoring a Problem?
Most people snore to some degree. Generally speaking it is quite normal. Snoring becomes abnormal if it gets to the point where it is extremely loud and bothersome to others or is accompanied with interrupted breathing.