Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that can affect your quality of life and ability to sleep peacefully throughout the night. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the most common type of sleep apnea and occurs when the airways in the throat become blocked. Central Sleep Apnea (CSA) is less common and occurs when the brain stops sending signals to the muscles to breathe. Dr. Mark Iacobelli offers “in-home sleep studies” to help diagnose which type of sleep apnea you may be suffering from. No need to spend a few nights at a sleep lab. Get tested at home where you are most comfortable! Dr. Mark Iacobelli offers treatment options that can help you get rid of the cumbersome and restrictive CPAP machine while still treating your loud snoring and sleep apnea at his practice.
Of middle aged men have Obstructive sleep apnea
Of adults with sleep apnea remain undiagnosed
Sleep Apnea cases are associated with obesity.
People suffering from mild sleep apnea also have hypertension
Signs of Sleep Apnea
Excessively loud snoring
Falling asleep randomly throughout the day
Headaches in the morning
Extreme drowsiness throughout the day
Making snorting or choking sounds at night
Taking Control of Snoring
We have helped many patients experiencing problems with snoring in North Royalton, OH, enjoy a better quality of life with appropriate treatment. We can help stop snoring by recommending lifestyle changes or recommending wearing an oral device that opens up the airways while sleeping. If snoring has become a problem for you and is affecting family members, talk to us about some of the most effective treatment options available.
Patient talks about how treating sleep Apnea Changed his Life
Sleep Apnea Treatment Options
We may recommend one or a combination of the following sleep apnea treatments to restore healthy sleep patterns. In most cases, a patient will need to undergo a current sleep study. Our office can prescribe an in-home sleep study that is interpreted by a certified sleep physician. The array of intra-oral appliances that we can provide help to prevent the collapse of the soft palate, tonsils and soft tissues in the back of the throat while sleeping. Treatment options and recommendations may include:
Changing sleep positions
Wearing an oral device at night
Wearing a CPAP device
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