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CPAP is largely acknowledged as the treatment method for Sleep Apnea; however, it's not for everyone. You have many, many more options available to get a good night's sleep.
Chronic morning headaches are one of the most common symptoms of sleep apnea. If you suffer from regular morning headaches, we can help eliminate them by treating your sleep apnea.
Do you wake up feeling unrested or with a headache? Do you suffer from daytime sleepiness, can’t focus, and just want to take a nap every day? Are you having trouble with weight gain even though you are dieting and exercising more than ever? Have you become irritable, depressed, unmotivated, or uninterested in things that used to inspire you? If so, then you might be suffering from sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is a potentially deadly condition, and these are just a few of its more noticeable symptoms, which also include snoring. About 90% of sleep apnea sufferers don’t know they have it, though every day it increases their risk of heart attack, stroke, surgical complications, and more serious health conditions.
Fortunately, there are treatment options, and Dr. Roger Roubal, the foremost expert on sleep apnea in the region, can help you find comfortable, safe, and effective sleep apnea treatment that will likely be covered by your insurance.
You Only Pay for Treatment once We Know You’re a Good Candidate
We have over a 90% success rate in treating good candidates, so we’re confident that once we’ve determined you are in that group, you will experience fewer morning headaches, get better rest at night, and see a reduction in your risk of heart attack, stroke, and other sleep apnea dangers.
We use scientific diagnosis to identify the best candidates before we begin treatment. That way you know you’re not throwing money away on a treatment that’s not right for you.
Multiple Options for Safe, Effective, Comfortable, and Easy Treatment
Unlike the past, surgery is a treatment of last resort for sleep apnea. CPAP used to be the most recommended treatment option, but people found it difficult and uncomfortable. That meant they used it less than they should, which made it ineffective.
Now we know that oral appliance therapy—similar to a specially designed mouthguard you wear during sleep—is the best treatment option for many people with sleep apnea.
And if your sleep apnea is mild, the treatment may be even easier—some simple lifehref changes can make a big difference in your sleep apnea.
Insurance Covers Sleep Apnea Treatment
In the past, most insurance companies denied coverage for oral appliance therapy because it was considered investigational. Now science has established that oral appliance therapy is an effective treatment option, so in January 2011, Medicare authorized coverage for certain oral appliances if they were prescribed by an appropriate doctor or dentist, and now most insurers will cover the cost of your sleep apnea treatment.
Unfortunately, snoring treatment is still considered nonessential, and is not covered, although it is every effective.
To learn more about your sleep apnea treatment options, please contact Dr. Roger Roubal in Omaha, Nebraska today for an appointment.