Sleep Apnea Treatments

Sleep Apnea affects people of different ages, genders, and body types, so treatment should be considered on an individual basis as some patients will respond better to certain treatments than others.

The most common forms of treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea are CPAP therapy and oral appliances, however, Central and Complex Sleep Apnea require often different and more in-depth therapies.

Talk to your doctor about what therapy may be best for you, and feel free to browse our library for information on common treatments, or look at our page on the NuSleep oral appliance to see if you may be a candidate for a revolutionary new technology.

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