The majority of these disorders can result in sleep deprivation which interferes with work, driving and social activities.
Signs of Sleep Apnea include:
- Loud snoring that may be associated with breathing pauses or gasps for breath
- Excessive sleepiness when awake or unintended episodes of falling asleep
- Continuing to feel tired of fatigued no matter how long you sleep
Untreated sleep disorders are directly linked to many chronic diseases, including obesity, hypertension, diabetes, impotence, arrhythmia, stroke, early onset of dementia, Alzheimer’s, and premature death.
After earning her Doctorate in Dental Surgery at the New Your University, Dr. Degtyareva completed over 1500 hours of continuing education, providing support and leadership in the dental community.
She received her Sleep Breathing Disorder training as a member of the International Academy of Sleep and the American Sleep and Breathing Academy. She is a Medicare provider for Sleep Apnea. Dr. Degtyareva uses only FDA approved appliances made in the top labs in the USA. Her sleep practice, Restful Sleep Solution, is dedicated to treating patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and snoring.