Sleep Solutions for TMJ

Temporomandibular joint disorder, better known as TMD or TMJ, can be a deeply painful, uncomfortable problem to have – especially at night. For many patients, the classic TMJ symptoms of teeth grinding, clenching, and muscle tension get worse at night, and often go into overdrive during sleep. This can cause problems ranging from muscle painContinue

What Are Sleep Apnea Devices?

At Spark Sleep Solutions, it is our goal to ensure that all of our patients sleep soundly and comfortably. We strive to work with patients who suffer from sleep apnea, snoring, and orofacial pain and actually resolve their symptoms such as snoring, fatigue, daytime sleepiness, tired, low productivity, headaches, urge to urinate during sleep, disturbedContinue

Does Sleep Apnea Ever Go Away?

Specialized Sleep Apnea Treatment in Santa Cruz If you’re one of the many Americans living with sleep apnea, you’ve likely wondered if sleep apnea ever goes away. While, in many cases, sleep apnea is a chronic condition that doesn’t simply disappear, there are many ways to treat it ― and yes, even cure it, inContinue

Does Alcohol Help You Sleep?

Anyone who drinks knows that alcohol can leave you feeling groggy and drowsy, and many Americans rely on alcohol as an aid for falling asleep. But how does alcohol really affect our sleep? As your sleep experts in San Jose, Santa Cruz, San Ramon and Los Gatos, we at Spark Sleep Solutions wanted to shedContinue

Can Kids Have Sleep Apnea?

At Spark Sleep Solutions, our mission is to give you the best night’s sleep you’ve ever had – for a lifetime. Sleep apnea makes this difficult, which is why we provide expert treatment to help you heal. Signs of Sleep Apnea In Children When thinking of sleep apnea, most people picture a snoring adult. However,Continue

Can Sleep Apnea Cause Anxiety?

  As your choice for a sleep apnea doctor in Los Gatos, Santa Cruz, San Jose, and San Ramon, we at Spark Sleep Solutions want to make sure that you’re sleeping as well as you can. With our large selection of oral devices and CPAP alternatives, we’ll be able to help treat harmful conditions likeContinue