Sinus Snoring Treatment

If you’re having difficulty breathing through your nose and as a result snore at night or have loud breathing, then the blockage of your sinus and nasal issues may be the issue. Chronic and sinus snoring is a common problem. Sinus snoring treatment isn’t just for the sanity of the bed partner. Snoring health risks can be quite serious. For example, chronic Snoring can even be a sign of a more serious health problem called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

If the you or someone you know suffers from extremely loud snoring broken up by silence and gasping for air, sleep apnea may be present. In any case, consult Dr. Bublik immediately for treatment.

What is Sinus Snoring?

Snoring is a noise made by the vibration of tissue in the upper part of your breathing passage, i.e. your mouth, nose, and the back of your throat. The reason behind snoring is surprisingly simple. By instinct, your body tries to breathe through your nose when you sleep. However, the nasal airway and sinus cavities may be clogged, and your body may instead breathe through the mouth. Various sinus and nasal issues can cause you not to breath through your nose and Dr. Bublik can evaluate and give you treatment to breath again.

People don’t snore when they are awake, but when asleep, the soft tissue in the back of the throat relax, move with your breathing and those movements or vibrations cause the loud snoring sound. Therefore, for the best chronic and sinus snoring treatment, it’s important to understand why your body couldn’t breathe through the nose in the first place.

Chronic Snoring & Sinusitis

A sinus infection or recurring sinus infections (chronic sinusitis) can and often do cause snoring. Sinusitis occurs when your sinus cavities become blocked or inflamed, causing infection. Sinusitis can be caused by many things, including, but not limited to:

Sinus infections may have the following symptoms:

Thankfully, sinus snoring treatment can be quick and easy, providing lasting relief. It’s also important to make sure you’re not fighting a more serious health battle by having a comprehensive examination by Dr. Bublik in his Glendale or Beverly Hills office.

Sinus Snoring Treatment With Balloon Sinuplasty

When nasal congestion no longer responds to traditional medication and home remedies, its time to look for a minimally invasive option for relief. There’s a new treatment option: Balloon Sinuplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that opens blocked sinus cavities and relieves the pain and pressure associated with chronic sinus inflammation and congestion.

Balloon Sinuplasty is performed by inserting and inflating a small balloon inside your blocked sinus cavities. Next, a saline solution is sprayed into the newly opened sinuses to allow them to breath. With your sinuses cleared and unobstructed, air can travel with fewer interruptions, restoring your nighttime breathing back to normal. At the same time other issues that cause snoring such as a deviated septum or large turbinates can be addressed.

The balloon sinuplasty experience is a simple and painless procedure which usually takes less than 20 minutes and can be performed using local anesthesia.



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