What is Sleep Apnea?
  1. Live Sleep Apnea Sufferer - Hard to Watch
    In this video we see a particularly hard to watch example of a gentleman suffering from sleep apnea. Here he is only breathing about once per minute, something that is seen all to often.
  2. A Video Explanation of Sleep Apnea
    We know that sleep apnea affects millions of Americans, but what exactly is it? This short video helps explain the physiology of obstructive sleep apnea.

Learn More About Sleep Apnea...

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a scary growing concern in our world. As the population becomes heavier and heavier and people live longer and longer, more things can get in the way of healthy breathing.
Sleep Apnea occurs when a person has multiple events throughout the night where they stop breathing. These events, called apneas, are caused by an obstruction of the airway and can last for up to several minutes. This can be detrimental to a person's overall health, as their body struggles for oxygen and as a result places excess stress on the heart and other body systems.
Sleep Apnea has been associated with excessive daytime tiredness, weight gain, increased chance of heart attack, high blood pressure, depression, loss of libido, poor job performance, strained relationships, and many other health concerns. 
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  1. Step 1 - Book a Consultation
    Set up a completely free consultation to go over your specific situation and have a face-to-face conversation to learn about sleep apnea and hear potential options.
  2. Step 2 - Take an Easy Home Sleep Test
    To determine if you have sleep apnea, we can help you take a simple and convenient sleep test in the comfort of your own home!
  3. Step 3 - Get Your Custom Plan
    Once we've received your results and processed the information, you'll get a custom plan of action tailored to your specific situation that takes into account your individual treatment preferences. Plus your insurance may cover most or all of the treatment costs!

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Facts About The Negative Impacts of Sleep Apnea

  • Sleep Apnea has been associated with increased chance of heart attack, stroke, seizures, atrial fibrillation, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, loss of libido and impotence, weight gain, poor job performance, strained relationships, excessive daytime tiredness, poor memory and inability to concentrate, irratability and personality changes, headaches, GERD, and many other conditions.
  • The annual cost of motor vehicle accidents related to sleep deprivation totals over 12.4 billion dollars!

  • As an independent predictor, Sleep Apnea increases your odds of having a heart attack 23.3 times! (to put that in perspective, hypertension increases your odds 7.8 times and smoking increases them 11.1 times)
  • 25% of sleep apnea patients have cardiac ischemia and 50% have hypertension
  • 40% of people who have had a stroke and 40% of people who have had a heart attack have sleep apnea
  • Hospital stays for patients with Sleep Apnea are 2.8 times longer
  • Sleep deprivation has been implicated in the Exxon Valdez crisis, the Challenger incident, and both the Chernobyl and the Three Mile Island nuclear disasters

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So are many others just like you. In fact, the research suggests that more than half of people with CPAP machines are not able to use them as pescribed. There are countless reasons from claustrophobia and dry mouth to allergies and noise. But they all lead to a dangerous disorder going untreated. 
The great news is that comfortable and silent alternatives to CPAP do exist, and they work. Click here to learn more about other treatment options, and contact us for more information. 
We have an expert team experienced in getting the maximum coverage out of any medical plan. We work tirelessly with these plans to make sure we can deliver the best possible service for you and maximize your benefit to decrease costs. Many times, insurance will cover most or even all of the associated treatment costs.
For those not covered by medical insurance, we offer unique financing options and flexible payment plans so that the treatment you desperately need is available on any budget.
Our goal is to find whatever means possible to get you the treatment you need to better your health and extend your life.