Dr. Stern, of Snoring & CPAP Solutions LLC office in Willoughby Hills, has been treating sleep apnea with oral appliances for two decades. During that time, he has personally seen countless patients experience better sleep, better health, and better quality of life. He strongly believes that everyone should have the opportunity to explore this potentially life changing treatment option, which is why he offers free consultations for apnea, snoring, and other sleep-breathing conditions.
Could you have apnea?
In reality, everyone is at risk for apnea. It is commonly seen in older, obese patients, especially males. However, not everyone fits the profile of a classic apnea patient. For example, a young female with an especially slender neck and small jaw likely has a narrow airway. Therefore, she may be just as likely to suffer from obstructive sleep apnea as the older male with a large neck crowding his airway. Additionally, although it is more common in adults, sleep apnea in children does occur.
Symptoms to watch for include:
- Snoring, frequently and loudly
- Sleepiness during the day, constantly feeling tired
- Awakening with a sore throat
- Poor concentration, moodiness, forgetfulness
- Hypertension (high blood pressure)
- Acid reflux
- Frequent headaches in the mornings
- Coughing and gasping during the night
What a consultation includes
As the name suggests, the primary purpose of this appointment is discussion. It is your chance to ask questions, explore treatment options, and get a better understanding of the condition. We will discuss what is involved in sleep apnea diagnosis, options in treatment and more. Even if you do not have apnea, but are bothered by loud snoring, remedies are available.
The appointment typically also includes a brief examination, checking neck size, jaw shape, and other physical features that increase apnea risk. Overall, expect your consultation to take approximately 30 minutes, after which we will schedule a follow-up appointment if needed.
Don’t delay – contact us today
This comprehensive consultation is available at no cost to you—with no obligation. You have nothing to lose by making an appointment. However, if you do have apnea, and don’t do anything about it, then you have something very important to lose – sleep.