If you suffer from one of many sleep disorders — including insomnia, narcolepsy, and sleep apnea — let our specialists at Sleep Dynamics help you get a healthy and restful night’s sleep. Using highly-effective methods and diagnostic assessments, we take a comprehensive approach sleep disorder treatment. Read on to learn more about our sleep treatment services, and give our experts a call at (732) 455-3030 with any questions concerning your sleep. We look forward to helping you towards a healthier and happier good night’s sleep.
To ensure that you get the best treatment possible for your sleep disorder, our experts at Sleep Dynamics administer a wide range of diagnostic testing services designed to identify your particular condition in detail. Comfortable and comprehensive, our diagnostic testing services are designed to give our specialists the most detailed picture possible of your sleeping habits so as to help you get the best sleep possible.
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One of the most common and successful types of therapy for obstructive sleep apnea is Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). Using an automated device, CPAP sends a gentle, steady stream of air. This pressure prevents the collapse and blockage of the tracheal wall and soft palate and maintains a patent airway. As CPAP specialists, our experts at Sleep Dynamics will provide you with detailed guidance and encouragement to get the most out of your CPAP Therapy.
Using the most effective methods in the industry, our specialists administer behavioral therapy to help patients suffering from a number of sleep disorders. Most commonly, our experts will use a synthesis of several techniques, together known as cognitive behavioral therapy, to help you change your sleeping behavior for a healthier and more restful sleep. We’ll work with you to adjust your schedule and other habits to get you the best sleep possible.
A popular alternative solution to CPAP is the use of oral appliances. Oral appliances work by changing the way the lower jaw meets the upper jaw during sleep, and in doing so, can produce excellent results for sufferers of sleep apnea. Worn like a mouth guard or retainer, oral appliances are affordable and highly-effective alternatives for patients who cannot tolerate CPAP and would like to consider alternatives to surgery.