Sleep Apnea Treatment

Are you constantly tired? Does your family complain about your snoring? Do you have trouble focusing during the day? You may have a serious health condition: Sleep Apnea.

Sleep Apnea prevents restful sleep and can lead to other health problems. Roughly one in six Americans have sleep related breathing issues. Schedule an appointment today to find out how we can help.

SLEEP APNEA FAQ

What are the warning signs of Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disordered Breathing?

1) Snoring
2) Headaches
3) High Blood Pressure
4) Restless Sleep including limb movement
5) Fatigue
6) Difficulty Falling or Staying Asleep
7) Acid Reflux
8) Erectile Dysfunction
9) Grinding of the teeth
10) Depression and Mood Swings

How do you find out if you have Sleep Apnea?

Sleep problems are diagnosed by a sleep study. We now offer home sleep testing. We can send you home with a device that will monitor your breathing and other vital signs while you sleep. You bring it back and we download all the data for analysis. A physician will determine whether or not you have a sleep disorder.

How is Sleep Apnea treated?

Options for sleep apnea treatment include an oral appliance, nasal surgery, and a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure). We can help determine if you are a candidate for an oral appliance to treat sleep apnea and snoring.

What if I already have a CPAP machine, but I don’t like to wear it?

Research shows that patients are much more accepting of oral appliance therapy than CPAP. If you have mild or moderate sleep apnea, and you struggle with your CPAP, an oral appliance can make it easier for you to successfully treat your condition.

Why should I get my sleep apnea treated?

Better sleep can improve your health, energy levels, and mood. It can also help with some chronic pain conditions and fatigue. Better sleep decreases your risk for serious health problems. Treating your sleep apnea can change your life!