If you suffer from sleep problems, it can affect all aspects of your life. Sometimes there are simple things you can do to help your sleep problems, such as having good “sleep hygiene. But when practical tips for a good night's sleep aren't effective, professional help may be necessary.

The good news is that our experts at the Ayer Neuroscience Institute Sleep Care Center can put your problem to rest.

Sleep Disorder treatments include:

CPAP Continuous positive airway pressure is the most widely used treatment for sleep apnea. CPAP is treatment provided by a machine worn at night or during times of sleep. A CPAP machine increases air pressure in the throat, keeping tissues in the airway from collapsing when a person inhales.

Mandibular Advancement Device is an oral device to treat people with sleep apnea or snoring. The device pushes the jaw forward, improving airflow.

Positional Therapy involves wearing a device that will keep you from sleeping on your back in an effort to treat sleep apnea. The device is typically worn around your waist or back and helps to keep you from turning over onto your back.

Weight Loss may improve sleep apnea if you are very overweight.

Inspire Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation is a minimally invasive, implantable neuro-stimulator that continually monitors breathing during sleep for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Other treatments include cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, medications or conservative management.

The Ayer Neuroscience Institute

The Ayer Neuroscience Institute works to treat the full range of neurologic conditions. Our mission is more personal - to provide advanced, collaborative services across the state.

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