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Do Over-the-Counter PM Medications Work?

June 03, 2015

It has been eight straight days with very little to no sleep. You knew you should have been more careful putting those heavy boxes into your car. And the pain in your back is not allowing you to get into a comfortable position so you can sleep. Finally, at your wit’s end and as a […]

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Railroad Engineers Being Tested for Sleep Apnea

May 28, 2015

In recent years sleep apnea has become a hot button issue for transportation departments. It started when Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) implemented regulations that truck drivers be tested for sleep apnea. When the FMCSA began testing they found that over 17% of truck drivers had obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). It seemed logical to […]

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The Art of Dream Interpretation

January 21, 2015

Dreams can take on all kinds of forms, shapes, actions and color. Dreams can be reflective of your past, feature current happenings or be predictors—for some, of the future. Dreams can be happy to the point that you are sad that you have to wake and leave the comfort of the dream. And then dreams […]

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CPAP Tips for Drivers: Commercial and Truck

October 27, 2014

“Breaker, Breaker 22, this is The Prophet cruising on into the Big Apple. Any Kojaks with Kodaks before hitting the GW?” Possible CB chatter for a truck or commercial driver. Pretty standard fair to reach out to others on the road to gain some insight on what may be just around the bend especially state […]

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Is There a Link Between Sleep Disorders and Cancer?

December 18, 2013

The Big C. The word that you never want to hear as a diagnosis for you or a loved one. CANCER! Scarier still is the mounting evidence linking sleeping disorders and cancer, specifically obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which is already known to increase the risk for high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke. Sleep apnea is […]

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Radiofrequency treatment helps cure sleep apnea

November 07, 2013

Radiofrequency treatment helps cure sleep apnea By Libby Hendren | WSTP 10 News Tampa, Florida — Radio frequencies can transmit the signals you hear on the radio, shrink tumors… and for some, cure their sleep apnea. Sleep apnea makes it difficult to breathe, which means you and even your partner won’t get very restful z’s. […]

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Tampa Bay groups warn of drowsy driving

November 07, 2013

Tampa Bay groups warn of drowsy driving Experts say make sure you are wide awake before getting behind the wheel. By Adrienne Pedersen – WFLA 8 News Experts say make sure you are wide awake before getting behind the wheel. TAMPA, FL – Research conducted by the American Automobile Association says one in four drivers […]

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Drowsy Driving Week

November 07, 2013

Sleep Apnea Treatment Centers of America (SATCOA) & Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles Partner for Drowsy Driving Week Event Scheduled to Educate Public about Prevention with Vehicle Demonstration in Downtown Tampa Tampa, FL (November 1, 2013) – Sleep Apnea Treatment Centers of America (SATCOA) is partnering with the Florida Department of Highway […]

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Sleepiness and Sleep Apnea

October 08, 2013

Being tired can affect your entire day. It can affect your performance at work, your mood at home, sex life, memory, and your health. There is a big price to pay for your lack of sleep. Here are 5 major issues surrounding sleepiness. CAR ACCIDENTS Sleep deprivation causes car accidents. It is so dangerous; in […]

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Surgery Options for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

October 07, 2013

CPAP is the most commonly prescribed treatment for sleep apnea. The CPAP is not a cure, rather a lifelong treatment designed to prevent the body from going extended periods of time without oxygen. There are surgical options that can alleviate all of the symptoms of sleep apnea all together. Most of the invasive surgery options […]

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Does Feeling Sleepy Mean I Have A Sleep Disorder?

October 06, 2013

Do you feel tired, groggy or consistently exhausted throughout the day? You may be experiencing a condition called excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS). EDS is a major sign of sleep deprivation and could be occurring as the result of a far more serious issue such as obstructive sleep apnea. EDS and sleep deprivation are only two […]

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6 Signs of Excessive Sleepiness

October 05, 2013

1.) Moodiness & Irritability – If you find yourself overly moody or irritable you may be excessively sleepy or sleep deprived. Our mood is the first visible factor affected by a lack of sleep. Research consistently shows that people that do not get a proper amount of sleep are less productive, more irritable, easily annoyed, […]

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7 Scary Side Effects of Lack of Sleep

October 04, 2013

Going to sleep at night is your brain’s time to recharge and prepare for tomorrow’s daily activities. Without this essential recovery period, you are putting yourself at risk to the dangerous side effects of lack of sleep. The 7 scary side effects of lack of sleep should be able to warn you of the potential […]

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Women, Brain Damage, and OSA

October 03, 2013

Your grandmother might have said, “A lady never snores” but the truth is they do and often times this could be a sign of a serious health condition called sleep apnea. A new study, found that obstructive sleep apnea in women puts them at a higher risk of brain damage than men. Dr. Paul Macey, […]

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Truck Drivers and Sleep Apnea: An Interview With a Former Truck Driver

October 02, 2013

Recently, Sleep Apnea Treatment Centers of America (SATCOA) posted an article discussing the dangers of sleep apnea affecting commercial drivers, and the proposed implementation of mandatory sleep apnea testing in order to receive, or renew, a commercial license. In order to gain a proper perspective on the issue, SATCOA conducted an interview with former commercial truck driver […]

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  • Make Sleep a Priority in 2016

    Dec 30, 2015
    You say you want to bring in the New Year with a positive life change that will benefit you and your health. One of the most beneficial resolutions to your overall health is changing your sleep habits. For years you have heard that sleep is important, but have you really executed a plan to make […]

    Living With Panic Disorder and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Dec 17, 2015
    The sun is shining and the sky is blue. Keeping the top down on your convertible is a foregone conclusion. But wait, your palms become clammy, your heart starts to race, you can’t quite catch your breath and you have a sense of unexplainable danger. What is wrong? You might have just experienced a panic […]

    Somniphobia: Can People be Too Scared to Sleep?

    Nov 04, 2015
    You are addicted. You admit it. You can’t seem to get enough of the hit TV shows American Horror Story or The Walking Dead. After binge watching for 6 hours, you have finally unlocked somniphobia. But somniphobia isn’t just about getting to the end of a new series. Somniphobia is something real to people who […]

    Incidence of Gout Double for Sleep Apnea Sufferers

    Oct 29, 2015
    A recent study out of the UK has shown risk of developing gout was up to 60% higher among patients with sleep apnea versus individuals without sleep apnea. Gout is a complex form of arthritis that causes the body to make an excess of uric acid causing pain at the base of the joints. Sleep […]
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    Sleep Apnea Treatment Centers of America was founded for the sole purpose of providing superior sleep solutions for our patients to improve their overall quality of life.

    We seek to gain a thorough understanding of each patient’s sleep disorder and individual medical needs in order to provide the best care and treatment solutions available to effectively treat their sleep condition.
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    We offer a unique and comprehensive form of sleep apnea treatment that effectively seeks to cure sleep apnea over the course of an average of 6 treatments.

    Having the ability to significantly impact our patients’ lives for the better through improved sleep and minimizing health risks is something that we take great pride in. Please take a look at what our patients are saying and view some of our Sleep Apnea success stories.
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