We Specialize in Sleep Apnea Diagnosis and Treatment
Do you have trouble sleeping at night? Is your breathing causing you problems during your sleep?
You could be suffering from sleep apnea, which is a common disorder that causes breathing interruptions which restrict the flow of oxygen to the brain.
We are committed to helping you resolve your breathing issues and obtain a peaceful, full night’s sleep for productive life.
When to consider treatment?
Sleep apnea can happen to anybody at any age. The key is to understand your symptoms and talk to your healthcare provider to understand the causes of those symptoms. Some of the main symptoms of sleep apnea include excessive grogginess and restlessness throughout the day. The symptoms may not seem serious enough to consider treatment, but they can impact your other bodily functions, in the long run, causing other serious conditions.
Sleep apnea can be caused by various components of your daily life and current health conditions. Some of the man causes include:
- ethnicity or race
- Enlarged adenoids and tonsils
- Age (people above the age of 60)
Obstructive sleep apnea can cause serious health conditions that can include:
- Brain damage
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Behavioral problems
- Cognitive impairment
- Cancer (certain types)
Sleep apnea has two major types: central sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea.
In central sleep apnea, the brain fails to signal for proper breathing. OSA, on the other hand, is a most common form of sleep apnea where the muscles around throat relax, collapsing the airway which results breathing obstruction.
We offer assistance for patients who experience the following symptoms:
- Loud and frequent snoring
- Uneven breathing
- Frequent waking
- Concentration issues
- Chest pain
- Dry mouth in the morning
- Mood swings
- Excessive sleepiness during the day
- Chronic exhaustion during the day
Our team of experts has more than a decade of experience in helping patients relieve sleep apnea symptoms and get quality rest at night for a productive and full-of-energy life.
We are committed to offering specialized medical care for both central and obstructive sleep apnea. Our specialists and medical staff ensure that you have the right treatment for your specific symptoms. If you experience any of the above-mentioned symptoms, contact one of our specialists for a consultation and learn more about how we can help you with your sleep problems.