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Sleep Apnea in Lexington, MA

If your breathing is interrupted while you sleep, you may have a serious sleep disorder known as sleep apnea. People who have this condition and are undiagnosed are at risk for developing high blood pressure and also have an increased risk of heart failure and stroke. Dr. David Rosen offers sleep apnea treatment for patients in Lexington, MA who may be experiencing some of the common sleep apnea symptoms such as fatigue and drowsiness throughout the day.

Types of Sleep Apnea

There are two types of sleep apnea that patients need to be aware of: Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Central Sleep Apnea (CSA). OSA is the more common form of this condition and occurs when there is a blockage of the airway. This can happen when the soft tissues in the back of the throat collapse during sleep.

CSA is a condition when the brain stops sending signals to the muscles to breathe. This is a result of instability in the respiratory control center and may require medical intervention.

Hear Donna's Sleep Apnea Story

"I felt like I didn't sleep at all. My memory was bad and I couldn't focus at all. I had severe sleep apnea. I had trouble using CPAP. The appliance was like complete freedom. My husband was relieved, too, and we're both sleeping well now."
Some people are more at risk for developing sleep apnea than others. Risk factors include:

  • Being male
  • Carrying extra weight
  • Being over 40 years of age
  • Having a large neck size
  • Family history of sleep apnea
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • Nasal obstruction due to sinus problems, allergies, or a deviated septum
  • Having large tonsils or a large tongue
  • Having a small jaw bone

Sleep Apnea Symptoms 

Some of the common sleep apnea signs and symptoms include:
  • Extreme drowsiness throughout the day
  • Falling asleep at random times of the day
  • Headaches when waking up
  • Snorting or choking sounds that interrupt sleep
  • Loud snoring
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Bouts of insomnia
If you are looking for sleep apnea treatment in Lexington, MA, set up your consultation with Dr. Rosen today! Dr. Rosen will take time to learn about the sleep apnea symptoms that you are experiencing and recommend a treatment plan that will help to restore optimal breathing.
Our goal is to help you achieve quiet, restful sleep in order to improve your overall health and the quality of your life. Dr. David B. Rosen will listen carefully to your concerns, thoroughly evaluate your situation, and educate you about your problem and the possible solutions. Your care will be provided in a kind, caring environment. The treatment will be customized to your needs and provide you with the most effective oral appliance therapy available to resolve your snoring and sleep apnea problem.

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