If you've been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, it is likely that you've discussed or have already tried CPAP (Continuous Positive Air Pressure) treatment with your physician. While CPAP is the gold standard of treament, many patients are CPAP intolerant and almost 50% of patients who are prescribed a CPAP are non-compliant, stopping using the mask in under a year. The health risks of obstructive sleep apnea are severe, so treatment is vital. The good news is that there are CPAP alternatives which have proven to be highly effective in treating mild to moderate sleep apnea.
- Oral Appliances
- Lifestyle Modifications