Sleep Disorder Treatment in Annapolis, MD
Annapolis Asthma, Pulmonary & Sleep Specialists
Over 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. Sleep problems affect both sexes, all races and all age groups.
Left untreated, sleep disorders can pose serious threats to your health. Heart attack, heart failure, irregular heartbeats, stroke, diabetes, hypertension, acid reflux, attention deficit disorder and depression are conditions associated with sleep problems.
Common Symptoms of a Sleep Disorder
- Snoring/irregular breathing at night
- Daytime sleepiness/ exhaustion
- Poor job performance
- Mood disturbances/irritability
- Decreased ability to concentrate
- Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
- Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
Sleep Services and Resources from Annapolis Sleep Specialists
Learn about sleep disorders including snoring, narcolepsy, sleep apnea and more.
We can evaluate your sleeping habits by tracking breathing, heart rate, brain activity, and eye movement to help diagnose your condition.
CPAP machines are for people who are diagnosed with a sleep disorder, set up on a per patient basis.
With home sleep testing, we can help evaluate your sleeping habits from the comfort of our own home.
Sleep apnea is a relatively common sleep disorder that is defined by brief pauses in breathing while sleeping. Sometimes, the pauses can be minutes long, until you choke or cough and continue breathing normally.
If you have Sleep Apnea or Chronic Snoring, chances are, you may have a problem with your airways being blocked in your sleep. After a sleep study, we may find that you’re eligible for the SomnoGuard oral appliance therapy.
Here you will find resources for patients with sleep disorders including a sleep diary template and Epworth Sleepiness Scale sheet.
Schedule a Sleep Evaluation in Annapolis, MD Today!
If you are experiencing symptoms of a sleep disorder, contact Annapolis Asthma, Pulmonary & Sleep Specialists to discuss the testing and treatment options available at our sleep center in Annapolis, MD. To learn more about the conditions we treat, please call (410) 266-1644 today.