We all need sleep. There’s no getting around it. Many of us can hit the hay and doze off in twenty minutes, but some of us struggle with a variety of sleep disorders: whether sleep apnea, insomnia or other sleep disorders which can get in the way of a good night’s sleep. That’s where we at Sleep Dynamics step in. Offering a variety of sleep services based in New Jersey and serving Monmouth and Ocean counties, we work with a dynamic array of equipment to offer state-of-the-art evaluation, testing, diagnosis, and treatment. From treating sleep apnea to insomnia help, Sleep Dynamics is dedicated to providing you the assistance you need.
Affecting millions of people in the U.S., sleep apnea is one of the most common sleeping disorders. It’s a life-threatening disorder that causes someone to stop breathing repeatedly when sleeping: from as short as ten seconds to over a minute. While home treatment and lifestyle changes work for some people, it’s often necessary to get professional help. Our sleep apnea experts in New Jersey are ready to work with you to discover what works best.
Perhaps the most common type of therapy for obstructive sleep apnea is Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). What the mask does is increase air pressure in your airway so it doesn’t collapse as you breathe. Since the first month of CPAP usage is the most crucial to making sure you are comfortable with the therapy Sleep Dynamics provides a unique management program consisting of intensive patient counseling and education, plus frequent monitoring for problems. Our sleep services experts follow up on your treatment and make sure to include your physicians to keep them informed. Proactively assisting sleep apnea patients to adapt to their new treatment (and helping them stick with it in the long-term) Treatment compliance helps to prevent more serious consequences, ranging from strokes, arrhythmia, and systemic or pulmonary hypertension.
Another treatment option is oral appliance therapy. Like CPAP, they are usually covered by insurance. The oral appliance fits in your mouth to bring your jaw forward, which can relieve mild to moderate sleep apnea. Our on staff dentist will work with you to find an optimum solution.
Ultimately, what’s important to recognize is that there’s not just one clear-cut way to provide sleep apnea treatment. That’s why our sleep clinic experts at Sleep Dynamics believe in using a combination of different methods tailored to our individual clients. Utilizing CPAP therapy or Oral Appliance Therapy as well as regular follow-ups can lead to successful treatment of sleep apnea.
You can also check out our Sleep Apnea FAQ to answer any other questions you may have about Sleep Apnea
Why hesitate? Give us a call at (732) 455-3030 to see what we can do for you!