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Sleep Apnea

Find Relief With Our Treatment!

  • Sleep soundly all night & awaken refreshed
  • Wear a mouthguard & avoid a CPAP
  • Improve your health & wellness

Enjoy Quality Rest by Treating Your Sleep Apnea in Paducah

Everyone appreciates a good night’s sleep. If you struggle with sleep apnea in Paducah, you can get the rest you need with Dr. William E. Hay’s help. He will confirm if your sleep troubles are related to apnea and provide a custom appliance that keeps your airways open. As a result, you can:

  • Stop your snoring, so your whole household will sleep better
  • Ditch your CPAP to wear a comfortable sleep appliance
  • Wake up refreshed and energized to take on the day
  • Improve your concentration so you perform better at work or school
  • Reduce your risk for systemic health issues

Call 270-818-8388 for an appointment. No insurance? That’s fine with us. Join our Membership Plan for savings on treatment.

Say Goodbye to Your CPAP With This Comfortable Alternative

Sleep apnea is a serious condition that causes the airway in your throat to close during the night, briefly cutting off your breathing. It can cause you to snore or wake up gasping for air, leading to frequent interruptions to your sleep. When you visit our practice, Dr. Hay can fit you for a custom oral appliance that will stop this from happening.

During your consultation, Dr. Hay will arrange a sleep test. This will confirm if your sleep troubles are related to apnea. Once this diagnosis has happened, we can set up a virtual visit with a sleep specialist. We’ll also take digital scans of your teeth that are used to create a custom oral appliance. Unlike a CPAP machine, this device is:

  • Comfortable to Wear – Your sleep appliance will fit you perfectly. After just a few nights, you’ll barely feel like you’re wearing it. This is far better than a CPAP that can be awkward to wear while you sleep.
  • Simple to Maintain – You can easily clean your sleep appliance with a soft toothbrush and gentle soap. It’s that simple! You can also take it with you while you travel by simply packing it in your suitcase with other oral hygiene supplies.
  • Easier to Incorporate Into Your Lifestyle – Because of the ease of its use, you are more likely to continue wearing this appliance each night. As a result, you can expect more long-term relief.

Call 270-818-8388 to treat your sleep apnea in Paducah. You can also ​​request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Sleep Apnea
What is sleep apnea?

Sleep apnea is a condition caused when your airway becomes obstructed while you sleep. This usually occurs when your tongue or other soft tissue in your mouth temporarily relaxes. This causes frequent interruptions in your breathing that make it nearly impossible for you – and often your household – to get a good night’s rest.

Why is sleep apnea bad?

Sleep apnea is a serious condition because it interrupts critical airflow while sleeping. It can leave you feeling lethargic during the day and interfere with your work productivity and your personal life. In addition, sleep apnea has been linked to serious health conditions like high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, and depression.

Will sleep apnea cause fatigue?

Yes, you are quite likely to feel fatigued if you suffer from sleep apnea. This sleep disorder prevents you from reaching the stages of deep sleep, including REM sleep. Without deep sleep, you will experience the effects of sleep deprivation. That can leave you feeling tired and dealing with daytime sleepiness.