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Obstructive Sleep Apnea
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Sleep Disordered Breathing
What is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep Apnea (from Greek, meaning "without breath") is one of the most common sleep disorders in which breathing stops and then restarts again recurrently during slumber.

What types of testing is available?
Patients can get tested for Sleep Apnea in a hospital setting or in the comfort and privacy of their home.

How much does Sleep Apnea testing cost?
Sleep Studies are always covered by insurance companies but co-pay and deductibles apply. Average yearly deductibles for diagnostics can be anywhere between $1000-5000. A hospital Sleep Study can cost as much as $2000 to you whereas a Home Sleep Test will not cost you more than $350.

What Causes Sleep Apnea?
OSA occurs in individuals whose upper airway is narrower or more collapsible than normal. The most common cause of this airway abnormality is obesity.

What are the symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
The most common symptom of OSA is loud snoring, dry mouth, sore throat, or headaches in the morning

What treatments are available for Sleep Apnea?
Treatments for Obstructive Sleep Apnea may include:
Weight Loss
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)
Oral appliances
Correct Sleep Body position
Oral Appliances

What are Sleep Apnea Risk Factors?
The most common cause of OSA is obesity. Having a large neck (men: greater than 16.5 inches around, women: greater than 15 inches around) increases your risk for OSA, as it collapses the airway. In small children, large tonsils are the most common cause of OSA. High blood pressure is also commonly linked to OSA. It is important to check your family history and ask a spouse or loved one if they sense your snoring or you stop breathing during the night.