About Testing Overview
There are a number of different treatments for snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Determining the source of the problem is always helpful, and the Snore Shop Team can work with your doctor to help facilitate this.
Part of the population with snoring and/or OSA do not have symptoms like daytime sleepiness or fatigue. Their partners, family or friends have alerted them to the problem, and upon testing, were found to have disrupted breathing. In these cases, treatment options may include devices designed to expand or open up the soft part of the airway, or in some cases surgery.
People with snoring and/or OSA experiencing daytime fatigue, daytime headaches, or other medical issues like high blood pressure, diabetes or heart rhythm disorders (including atrial fibrillation) may need to adopt lifestyle changes along with devices designed to open the soft tissue airway, or in some cases surgery.
The Snore Shop Team will work with you and your doctor to determine the best treatment option for your individual needs.