Sleep/ Snoring Problems
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious and lifelong medical condition that
affects between 18 and 30 million adults over 18 in the US, with
approximately 90% of them undiagnosed. OSA is a chronic,
lifelong medical condition that can affect your sleep, health and
quality of life. It has been linked to hypertension, diabetes, heart
disease, work and driving related accidents and stroke.
It can have a significant impact on quality of life, placing unnecessary
strain on relationships between bed partners, family and in the
CPAP is worn at night while sleeping, pressure is applied through a tube
and mask that covers the nose and mouth. While the majority of
patients are prescribed a CPAP machine when they are initially
diagnosed with OSA, var
A surgical approach may be an alternative to create an open airway. The
goal of surgery is to create a more open airway so obstructions are
less likely to occur. Surgery can be quite invasive and sometimes
worsen the apnea. There are several different surgical
procedures with varying degrees of success.
Losing weight may help reduce the severity of OSA.
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