Many people around Madison, Wisconsin suffer from an ailment called sleep apnea which causes people to be irritable in the mornings, have no energy, feel sleepy all day, and suffer from headaches. It’s often overlooked at the doctor’s office during regular check-ups until a patient mentions they’re tired all the time and they don’t know why. Patients think they’re sleeping the night away when, very often, they actually stop breathing resulting in a loss of oxygen—it’s no wonder they’re miserable during the day! Your doctor will typically schedule you to spend a night in the hospital where your sleep and breathing can be monitored to determine if you have sleep apnea and what type.
Once sleep apnea is diagnosed, treatment is advised. A device that administers continued positive airway pressure, also called a CPAP, is worn by the patient to ensure their airway is open enough to receive the oxygen they need, enabling them to sleep throughout the night.
The problem is that many people just can’t stand to wear something over their face and attached to a machine when they’re trying to sleep. Many can’t take the noise it makes and, in the end, they don’t or won’t wear it. This causes additional stress and the same tired feeling each day, on top of not getting the proper amounts of oxygen to the body.
Meet the local dentist, with over 25 years of experience, who can treat sleep apnea in Middleton, WI and help you get a good night of healthy sleep. Instead of using a C-PAP device, Dr. Insolera utilizes the most state-of-the-art Sleep Apnea treatment techniques in the area. Whether you’re C-PAP intolerant, or just want to explore new treatment options for your sleep disorder, the TMJ & Sleep Center provides alternatives to surgery and C-PAP equipment.
Contact TMJ and Sleep Center to set up an appointment for the best Sleep Apnea Treatment in the Greater Madison Area. Many people feel that snoring keeps their loved ones awake and now a machine keeps them awake so they’re very excited about quietly getting a good night’s sleep.
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