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Do you have trouble sleeping at night and staying awake during the day? Has your bed partner complained about your loud snoring? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Dr. Maria Cielo Adjemian can evaluate and guide you for sleep apnea treatment.

Please download, fill out and bring in the following form to assess for possible sleep apnea.

Sleep Screening Questionnaires

What Is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a medical condition where breathing stops for anywhere from 10 to 30 seconds while you’re asleep. Though snoring isn’t identical to sleep apnea, many patients with this disorder snore loudly throughout the night and occasionally make gasping or choking noises, often due to blockage in the airway that prevents regular breathing from occurring.

Along with snoring, the majority of sleep apnea patients experience extreme daytime fatigue that often leads to problems with concentration and memory. Other common symptoms include chronic headache and changes in mood.

If these symptoms are tied to sleep apnea, you could be at risk for a variety of serious health issues. When the body is regularly deprived of oxygen during sleep, it can increase the risk of complications such as:

  • High blood pressure
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Weight gain
  • Diabetes

Though it only occurs in rare cases, sleep apnea can cause respiratory failure during sleep, resulting in sudden death.

Sleep Apnea Treatment

If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea by a local specialist, Dr. Maria Cielo Adjemian can discuss suitable treatment options. These options might include:

  • A custom orthotic appliance
  • Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device
  • Surgery to reduce obstructive features in the airway

If you believe you’re suffering from sleep apnea or you’ve been recently diagnosed with this disorder, please contact Maria Cielo Adjemian, DDS PhD today to schedule a treatment consultation. You can also answer our questionnaire on sleep apnea if you think you have the symptoms.

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