Sleep Disorder Treatment in Michigan

Do you think you have a sleep disorder? Even if you’re not sure, you should still find out the answer. Rest assured, there are treatments out there that can help with your specific sleep disorder, whether you have obstructive sleep apnea, central sleep apnea, hypersomnia (excessive daytime sleepiness), or some other disorder.

The Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan, owned and operated by Dr. Roman Sadikoff, offers effective sleep disorder treatment in Michigan. It’s time to start getting the rest you deserve. Not only is it better for your physical health to get a proper night’s sleep, it’s better for your mental health too.

Book a consultation for sleep disorder treatment with us now at the Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan.

How Can I Fix My Sleep Disorder?

There are many possibilities. While a CPAP machine, or continuous positive airway pressure device, is the standard treatment for obstructive sleep apnea, we have the best and most simple sleep disorder treatment in Michigan. This involves wearing a customized oral appliance that moves the tongue and lower jaw upward and forward to increase the upper airway size and assist you in breathing better.

Oral appliances are customized by dentists trained in sleep medicine, ideal for any severity level of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Our sleep apnea clinic can advise you on treatments for other sleep disorders as well.

Many people consider oral appliances because they don’t like wearing a CPAP. The mask that fits over the nose or mouth that gently puffs air into the airway can be cumbersome and uncomfortable. Thus, they are looking for something more comfortable.

Sure, surgery is another option, such as tissue removal, implants or jaw repositioning, but these are often last resorts — reserved for the worst cases that can’t fixed by less invasive treatments.

Such natural treatments for sleep disorders include lifestyle changes, such as losing weight, quitting smoking or treatment for nasal allergies. Behavioral and sleep habit changes can help, such as sleeping on your side rather than your back.

Why am I Having Such a Difficult Time Sleeping?

You may have a snoring problem, a jaw issue or obstructive sleep apnea. There may be a dental cause contributing to your difficulty sleeping. There’s no way to know for sure unless you visit us here at the Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan. While there are many common types of sleep disorders, from insomnia to parasomnia (a sleep disorder characterized by abnormal sleep behaviors), the most common is obstructive sleep apnea. As a result, lack of sleep can affect your quality of life, productivity and your health. Sleep apnea can be dangerous if not treated. Visit our sleep apnea clinic in Michigan before you do more damage to your health and well-being.

Sleep apnea may be a potentially-serious sleep disorder where your breathing stops and starts repeatedly throughout the night. If you snore loudly and feel lethargic even after you assume you’ve gotten a full night’s sleep, you may have obstructive sleep apnea, the most common form that occurs with the relaxing of the throat muscles during slumber.

Contact the Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan 

Learn more about sleep disorder treatment in Michigan with an in-office consultation with Dr. Roman Sadikoff at Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan. Book your consultation today by calling (586) 203-2150.