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SLEEP DISORDERS

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Sleep disorder is a broad term used to describe conditions that result in changes in the way that you sleep. Sleep disorders can affect your health, safety and quality of life, and indeed sleep deprivation can alter your ability to drive safely as well as boost your risk for other health problems.

Luckily for you, you have come to the right place. The Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan is an evidence-based sleep apnea, sleep disorder and TMJ treatment center in Southeast Michigan. Our team of professionals, led by Dr. Roman Sadikoff, provides relief from pain and sleep disorders, using innovative methods to treat sleep apnea and TMJ problems.

Common Sleep Disorders

There are many types of sleep disorders but the top most common ones are insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

  • Insomnia is the inability to fall asleep and remain asleep.
  • OSA is the cessation or slowing of breathing at night causing repeated awakening unknown to the sleeper.

We treat both here at the Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan. As leading experts in sleep apnea treatment in Southeast Michigan, there are many reasons to choose us for accurate diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders of all kinds. We:

  • Are certified providers of Buteyko Breathing in Michigan
  • Offer FDA-approved, 100 percent accurate home sleep study devices
  • Use state-of-the-art 3D dental scans to create oral appliances for treatment of sleep apnea
  • Offer pediatric sleep apnea treatment

Many area dentists disregard sleep apnea and connections with TMJ or facial pain, but we are well aware that sleep apnea goes hand in hand with TMJ and facial pain. This is why we treat the whole issue to get at the root cause, with no cookie cutter solutions – only personalized treatment plans designed to work for YOU.

3 Things About Sleep Disorders That You Probably Didn’t Know

  1. Snoring is not a normal behavior. Some studies show that snoring is 90 percent predictive of OSA, but you don’t have to snore to have OSA.
  2. Mayo Clinic research reveals 91 percent of people who failed drug therapy for insomnia had OSA.
  3. Untreated OSA has been linked to cancer, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, depression and obesity.

Some of the signs of sleep disorders include excessive daytime fatigue, irregular breathing, increased movement during sleep, irregular sleep/wake cycles, and trouble falling asleep. Do you suffer from any of these?

Get help from the Sleep Apnea Center of Michigan, Michigan’s leading center for diagnosing and treating sleep apnea and TMJ-related problems. Call us now for your free consultation at (586) 203-2150.