If you are diagnosed with Sleep Apnea after taking a home sleep test, your Sleep Physician specialist will recommend the most appropriate therapy for you.

There are several treatment options available for managing Sleep Apnea. They include:

  • Lifestyle modifications. Simple things like reducing alcohol consumption, adopting good bed habits before sleep and losing weight can all have a positive impact and reduce the severity of Sleep Apnea. [LEARN MORE]
  • Continuous Positive Airflow Pressure (CPAP) therapy. This is the most common form of treatment for managing Sleep Apnea and getting better sleep. It is a device designed to keep your airways open and prevent breathing stoppages. It works by blowing constant air into your mouth via a mask you wear at night. [LEARN MORE]
  • Sleep Posture devices. Your sleeping position can play an important role in the severity of Sleep Apnea. Sleeping on your side can significantly improve your condition. Side-sleeping devices are available to prevent you rolling onto your back. [LEARN MORE]
  • Dental devices. These are special mouthguards designed to keep your mouth – and airways – open while you sleep. They are custom-made to fit your mouth and inserted by specialist dentists. [LEARN MORE]
  • Surgical procedures. If other treatments do not work, surgery is sometimes recommended. This may involve the removal of tonsils or reduction of tissue mass to open up your airways. [LEARN MORE]
  • Whatever treatment is recommended for you, our Sleep technicians will be with you every step of the way ‒ from identification to diagnosis to treatment. They will provide ongoing assistance and support to help you get a better night’s sleep and turn your life around by managing this serious medical condition. [LEARN MORE]

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