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We have outgrown our space and moved! Now located at 7312 W. Cheyenne Ave. Suite #4
Sleep is essential to life. Sleep apnea is a potentially fatal sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. Here at Snoring and Sleeping Solutions of Nevada we have an amazing team and an award winning doctor whose only concern is with helping plan you or a loved one develop a personalized sleep solution.
We are passionate about ensuring you finally get the sleep you deserve. We believe effective sleep therapy management empowers you to have the freedom to live a fulfilling life and restore your ability to sleep comfortability. Together with a team of local physicians who specialize in sleep, we will work in concert to get you on your way to a better night’s sleep.
We are the only dedicated practice in town to just treating your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with Oral Appliance devices. Let us help you and your family get a restful night’s sleep with one of our custom solutions. We understand the frustrations of being tired and know how devastating lack of sleep can be on your body and health. With 25 years’ experience, let our expert, Dr. Gil Suarez, walk you through our Sleep Solutions Plan so you can be on to a healthier and more productive you. Additionally, your medical insurance will cover a majority of the costs in most cases.
People with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) are more likely to die from sudden cardiac death, this is more likely to occur between 10:00PM – 6:00AM. In the General Population it is more likely to occur between 6:00AM- 12:00PM.
More than 12 million American adults suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apena- many are undiagnosed and unknowingly have an increased risk of sudden cardiac death. Sudden Cardiac Death accounts for 450,000 deaths annually.
Sleep Apnea is diagnosed when someone stops breathing for 10 seconds or longer 5 times per hour during sleep.
DON’T IGNORE THE SNORE! Untreated OSA increases your risks for the following:
Excessive daytime sleepiness | Driving and work-related accidents | High blood pressure | Heart disease | Stroke | Diabetes | Obesity | Depression | Memory loss | Morning headaches | Irritability | Decreased sex drive | Impaired concentration