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  • Welcome to Sleep Source

Welcome to Sleep Source, the Sleep Apnea Treatment Centers of America blog. The quality of healthcare is getting better year after year, and there have been great advances in sleep medicine throughout this time.  Sleep apnea is a life-limiting and life-shortening disease that’s estimated to affect between 50 – 70 million Americans. Most of these suffers undiagnosed. Left untreated, sleep apnea leads to chronic daytime sleepiness that may result in catastrophic accidents in the operation of automobiles and other heavy machinery  In the longer term, sleep apnea can lead to morbid obesity, heart disease and stroke, diabetes, and other diseases.

Please visit Sleep Source often for updates and news regarding the ever-changing landscape of sleep medicine and sleep wellness.

Panic Disorder and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

January 06, 2016

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 […]

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Make Sleep a Priority in 2016

December 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 […]

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Apnea of Prematurity

December 01, 2015

Adults are not the only individuals who experience episodes where breathing pauses occur during sleep. It can actually happen quite often in premature babies, and is known as apnea of prematurity. The good news is that this condition usually resolves on its own by the 36th week. When a baby is born prematurely, the brain […]

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Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders

November 24, 2015

Of course, we all know that breathing is essential for life. And so is sleep. When there are issues with breathing and sleeping, life can be adversely affected. Unfortunately, problems with both of these physiological functions is fairly common. In fact, there are quite a number of sleep-related breathing disorders. Sleep-related Breathing Disorders Defined As far […]

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Why am I always tired?

November 19, 2015

One mans testimony about how a Thanksgiving tradition saved his life. John S. was sitting in the “dad chair” after a great Thanksgiving meal. The whole family was gathering to watch the afternoon gridiron when a shallow roar began to emerge from John. The kids’ look over at dad, he had done it again; he […]

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What you need to know about a Home Sleep Study (HST)

November 11, 2015

In years past a primary care physician would diagnose sleep apnea sufferers with an overnight sleep test called a Nocturnal polysomnography. This type of sleep test is administered by a sleep lab to monitor your heart, lungs and brain activity, breathing patterns, arm and leg movements, and blood oxygen levels while you sleep. As the […]

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Somniphobia: Can People be Too Scared to Sleep?

November 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 […]

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What is the Difference Between Snoring and Sleep Apnea?

October 14, 2015

About 90 million Americans suffer from snoring activity during sleep. Roughly fifty percent of these people are primary snorers (a snorer without Sleep Apnea), the other half may have a serious sleep disorder called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). While OSA will almost always leads to loud and frequent snoring, snoring does not always indicate OSA. […]

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Do You Have Overlap Syndrome?

October 07, 2015

In the United States today, over 24 million adults are impaired with less than optimal lung function. Number one cause is chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It is estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that 12.7 million Americans have COPD, which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. What then causes COPD to […]

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What is Hypersomnia?

September 23, 2015

Do you have trouble staying awake during the day? Do you find yourself falling asleep at various times of the day? Doesn’t matter how many hours of sleep you are able to grab, these problems still occur. If this describes you or someone you know, you might be suffering from a condition known as hypersomnia. […]

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What Your Snoring is Telling You

September 16, 2015

Snoring can be a mere annoyance, or it can be a warning sign of a common sleep disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) that can have serious health consequences. Snoring occurs when the flow of air from the mouth or nose to your lungs makes the tissues of the airway vibrate. This is caused […]

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Napping Improves Workplace Efficiency

August 27, 2015

At many workplaces it is still taboo to take a nap during the workday; but evidence proves that napping not only will boost your cognitive and memory functions, but enhance efficiency too. For several years now cutting edge companies like Google, HubSpot and the Huffington Post have been using napping pods to help refresh employees. […]

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Legalities for Truck Drivers diagnosed with Sleep Apnea

August 19, 2015

The trucking industry was the first to implement legislation for sleep apnea sufferers within the transportation communities. The aviation and locomotion industries followed suit after sleep apnea related accidents caused loss of life in those industries as well. It took awhile, for the transportation community to understand what this could mean for their companies. A […]

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Atrial Fibrillation Connected with Sleep Apnea

August 05, 2015

As more studies look at the connection between Coronary conditions and Sleep Apnea, we find evidence that sleep apnea treatment can greatly reduce risks for coronary complications. Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common type of arrhythmia. An arrhythmia is a problem with the rate or rhythm of the heartbeat. During an arrhythmia, the heart […]

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So Many CPAP Masks, Which one is Right for You?

July 30, 2015

After snoring for more years than you are willing to admit, you finally sought out a diagnosis and treatment. Verdict, as you suspected all along, was obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which basically means that you stop breathing a number of times during the night. The disease is caused by an obstruction in your airway and […]

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Evidence shows Alzheimer’s is linked to Sleep Disorders

July 22, 2015

Disrupted sleep may be one of the missing pieces in explaining how a sticky protein called beta-amyloid, starts its damage long before people have trouble with memory as it turns into Alzheimer’s, researchers reported Monday at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference. “It’s very clear that sleep disruption is an under appreciated factor,” said Dr. Matthew […]

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Sleep Apnea Symptoms

July 08, 2015

You have just finished dinner and sat down in your favorite chair to watch TV. Your family files in to watch and before you know it, someone is waking you up because you have been snoring. It’s common enough, you had a hard day; but how often does it really happen? You have likely heard […]

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Changing Nursing Protocol to Focus on Sleep

July 01, 2015

In the past, when a nurse asks you questions about your health sleep has rarely been a topic of discussion. This is beginning to change as we find out how closely tied sleep is to your overall health. Proper sleep helps your brain function properly keeps you more attentive and helps you learn more quickly. […]

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Coronary Artery Disease Linked to Sleep Apnea

June 24, 2015

A study presented at the National Lipid Association Scientific Sessions evaluated 928 patients at sleep clinics, with a median follow-up of 9 months. The study was testing for the occurrence of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) from a collection of patients having a range of sleep problems. Overall, 80.1% of patients had obstructive sleep apnea and […]

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The Importance of Good Sleep Health

June 17, 2015

The American Thoracic Society (ATS) provided a review of the current scientific literature to assist health care providers, especially pulmonologists and sleep physicians, in making recommendations to patients and the general public about the importance of achieving good quality and adequate quantity of sleep. ATS members were invited, based on their expertise in sleep medicine, […]

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Sleep Apnea Causes Health and Cognitive Issues with Children

June 12, 2015

It has been known that there is a connection between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). A study was reported from the Tucson Children’s Assessment a few years ago consisted of 263 children over the course of a five-year period with the help of parental rating scales. Researchers reported that children […]

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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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Tongue Exercises to Reduce Sleep Apnea Symptoms

May 20, 2015

Recently a study came out of Brazil showing that a few simple tongue exercises can reduce your sleep apnea symptoms. Participants in the study showed a 39% lessening in sleep apnea symptoms over the control group. This is by no means a cure for sleep apnea, but can aid in lessening your symptoms. Always consult […]

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Top 5 Reasons People Quit Using the CPAP

May 13, 2015

The Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) has been the gold standard of sleep apnea treatment for many years. There are a few advantages to the CPAP, it is non-invasive, daytime sleepiness improves or resolves, heart function and hypertension improve and quality of life improves. Around fifty percent of the people who use the CPAP are […]

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Which Sleep Apnea Treatment Option is Right for You?

May 06, 2015

You have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and are now wondering which treatment options are for you. You physician will present you several treatment methods depending on the reason for your sleep apnea or severity of your sleep apnea. Whatever your diagnosis, we would like you to know all the sleep apnea treatment options available to […]

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Lifestyle Changes for Sleep Apnea Sufferers

April 29, 2015

Understanding the sleep apnea condition is one of the fundamental issues facing America today. Nearly 50 percent of sleep apnea sufferers are unaware that their condition is life threatening. It is estimated that 80 percent of sleep apnea sufferers are completely unaware that they even have the condition. This is why physicians are pushing for […]

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Why is my physician testing for sleep apnea?

April 22, 2015

For many years now you have been visiting your physician for a regular health screening. Your physician has been checking you over for symptoms of the most common diseases such as: Overweight and obesity Diabetes High blood pressure High cholesterol Osteoporosis Colon conditions Prostate cancer in men Breast cancer and cervical cancer in women Now […]

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Rising Costs of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

April 15, 2015

As Baby Boom Generation Ages Sleep Related Health Issues Costing Billions The number of United States patients suffering with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is approximately 22 million people, according to the American Sleep Association. The prevalence of OSA is twice as high in patients aged older than 60 years-of-age, and OSA-related costs will continue to […]

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Is a CPAP Pillow Necessary?

April 08, 2015

Let’s be honest with one another. When it comes to the avoidance of things we don’t particularly like to do, we come up with all kinds of excuses. It doesn’t matter if we have the knowledge and know full well that something is good for us. We stop and don’t go. Instead of exercising, we […]

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Is it Possible to Go Camping with a CPAP?

April 02, 2015

Pitching a tent and being one with nature are some of your favorite activities to enjoy in your downtime for pleasure. You have hiked and camped out in some of the most popular, tried and true locations. But still on your bucket list are sleeping under the sandstone arches in the Utah national park, heading […]

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Can Sleeping on One Side Worsen Glaucoma?

March 17, 2015

Robbery is not an activity that should be promoted but let’s face it: Thieves need to be silent in order to be able to steal. Silence and quiet are important to avoid detection. And hence that is why glaucoma is often said to be the silent thief of sight because 50 percent of those affected […]

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Breaking Down Sleep Apnea Stereotypes

March 11, 2015

It has been weeks since Diane seemed like her normal self. Gone are the days when she actively helped her children with their homework. When she talks, Diane rambles on or doesn’t make sense. The mother of four has a short attention span, her moods are like a roller coaster and she constantly has morning […]

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What is Sleeping Sickness?

March 03, 2015

At the time, you thought it was so great that you would finally be able to cross going on an African safari off your bucket list. Zebras, elephants, gazelles wandered up to your jeep and your accommodations at night quite literally allowed you to sleep in the treetops. But unfortunately, what came after the trip […]

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How Does Sleep Help Memory and Learning?

February 25, 2015

When our head hits the pillow at night, we are open to the possibility of dreaming. But this isn’t the only activity occurring while we slumber. At night, studies have shown that sleep can improve memory and learning. Strange but true. While you sleep, there is an opportunity to remember to take out the garbage […]

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What is Sleep Inertia?

February 18, 2015

Wakening up this morning was more difficult than normal. Why? Pretty obvious when you slammed your hand down on the alarm’s snooze button, which sent the entire clock flying across the bedroom. You were extremely angry that the morning arrived so quickly. And then to make matters worse and despite the fact that you fell […]

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Should You Sleep with Pets?

February 11, 2015

For many pet owners, the four-legged friends that live with humans can seem more like family than animals. For some, Daisy is not a Poodle but a daughter and Smokey is not an all-black Persian but a son. If you consider your pets as part of the household, then shouldn’t they participate in family activities […]

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What Popular Diets Help Sleep Apnea?

February 04, 2015

How would you answer the following questions: Are you what you eat? Are you thin or overweight because of the food choices that you make? Do you have energy to go out in order to tackle everything and anything? Or are you a lump on a log, and just sit in front of the boob […]

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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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What is CPAP Claustrophobia?

January 12, 2015

Getting on an elevator makes your heart race. The thought of needing an MRI to evaluate your torn ACL makes your non-injured leg quake. You have had claustrophobia your whole life. And now, learning that you have sleep apnea and need continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) to treat this condition, has sent you into a […]

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Can Speech Therapy Treat Sleep Apnea?

December 10, 2014

Although he was able to demand that Pharaoh let his people go, Moshe did so with a speech impediment believed to be a stutter. The man who went on to part the Red Sea was not alone in his “slow and hesitant” speech. England’s King George VI suffered greatly with the embarrassment of being a […]

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How Treating Sleep Disorders Can Restore Intimacy

December 04, 2014

Back in the day, Pat and Joyce had a great and intimate sex life. But that was before kids, demanding work and life responsibilities. Over the last couple of months, they have tried to rekindle the flame with romantic date nights, get-away weekends. But the couple keep fizzling out and not igniting a spark at […]

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Five Reasons Why We Should Be Thankful For Sleep

November 26, 2014

As you know we spend about 1/3 of our lives asleep. We just wanted to point out why we should be thankful for that. Once you have drifted into an unconscious state a number of functions happen to grow and restore your body to the peak mental, emotional, and physical condition. Once we approach the […]

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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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Can Sleep Apnea Cause a Heart Attack?

September 15, 2014

There is a growing trend that indicates people with sleep apnea  also suffer from heart disease. The direct connection is a bit more difficult to find, but the coincidence is overwhelming. Most people with sleep apnea also have hypertension, or high blood pressure. With this connection, people often ask, “Can sleep apnea cause a heart […]

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Does Sleep Break Down As You Age?

September 10, 2014

Missing the good old days where you could just sleep in and get all of the rest that you require? Well don’t feel bad, most adults are not getting the proper amount of sleep every night. You might think that as you get older you don’t need as much sleep, but you would be wrong. […]

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Is a CPAP Pillow Necessary?

August 27, 2014

Let’s be honest with one another. When it comes to the avoidance of things we don’t particularly like to do, we come up with all kinds of excuses. It doesn’t matter if we have the knowledge and know full well that something is good for us. We stop and don’t go. Instead of exercising, we […]

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What Disrupts Sleep When You Have Fibromyalgia?

August 20, 2014

Here’s a sobering and scary statistic. It is currently estimated that close to 6 million Americans have fibromyalgia. This condition is defined as chronic muscle, joint and tendon pain throughout a sufferer’s entire body. If overall body pain wasn’t bad enough, fibromyalgia also produces symptoms of fatigue, trigger points and many develop a sleep disorder.If […]

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sleep deprivation

Deadly Signs of Sleep Deprivation

July 02, 2014

Do you constantly stare at your computer screen but your fingers don’t connect with the keyboard? Do you find yourself forgetting where you put your car keys, or walk into a room to retrieve an item you need but can’t recall what said item is or why you want it? Or have you safely arrived […]

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caffeine abstinence

Caffeine Abstinence

June 23, 2014

These days there seems to be a Starbucks on almost every corner, and if not another type of coffee establishment. Then there is the astonishing increase in the number of energy drinks on the shelves starting with Red Bull. Why might that be? Well today’s society is fast-paced with the ever-changing technology and we need […]

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STOPBANG questionnaire

What is a STOP BANG Questionnaire?

June 11, 2014

It seems that every morning you wake up with a headache that tends to disappear after a couple of hours. Then you’ve noticed, or more accurately your significant other, that you wake up a number of times in the wee hours of the night gasping for air. And to top it all off, you think […]

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Sleep paralysis

Do You Suffer from Sleep Paralysis?

June 09, 2014

Why, oh why do you keep having the same dream in which you are starring in a remake of Hitchcock’s “The Birds?” Birds are flying every which way. Attacking your head, arms, legs and even your eyes! You try swatting them away but you can’t move a muscle. Nothing works, and then you wake up […]

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CPAP side effects

Tips on Decreasing CPAP Side Effects

June 04, 2014

Avoidance is your middle name. Especially when it relates to your health. You hate going to the doctor. But you were given an ultimatum. Either go to the doctor or else your wife of 25 years would be making you sleep permanently on the couch. Reason? She couldn’t take your snoring any more so off […]

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Are There Any Celebrities with Sleep Apnea?

June 01, 2014

When faced with illnesses that disrupt our lives, it is helpful to know that you aren’t alone. Especially when well-known public figures or celebrities also suffer from these self-same conditions and illnesses. It would be helpful to identify with an individual in the limelight going through what you are facing day in and day out. […]

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Does Alcohol Hurt or Help Sleep Quality?

May 03, 2014

Joseph has had a rough day at work. From employee squabbles in the break room to delayed order shipments, he needed to put out fires at every step and turn. Joseph is looking forward to unwinding and de-stressing after dinner with a nice glass or two of brandy. But as he reaches for the bottle […]

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tongue position

How Does Tongue Position Affect Sleep Apnea?

April 21, 2014

For the majority of people who suffer from sleep apnea, the cause is an obstruction of the airway. With obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), this blockage results in the stoppage of breathing from mere seconds to minutes. But what actually causes the blockage? Blockage can be due to the nasal airway, palate and the tongue. In […]

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eat for better sleep

Can You Eat for Better Sleep?

April 19, 2014

It’s pretty much common sense. If you want to get a good night of sleep, you know to avoid spicy Cajun Chicken, a double shot of espresso in your late afternoon coffee, and you forego a vodka tonic with dinner. But on the flip side, can you eat for better sleep? You bet. It is […]

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preemies suffer from sleep apnea

Can Preemies Suffer From Sleep Apnea?

April 17, 2014

Forty weeks is the milestone to reach for a full-term and healthy pregnancy. But unfortunately, sometimes Mother Nature has other ideas and the bundle of joy arrives earlier than expected. Depending on the week of birth, premature babies or preemies are at risk for a number of health concerns from respiratory trouble to jaundice to […]

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Sleep Apnea Treatment Centers of America (SATCOA) Expands to Urgent Care Centers

April 15, 2014

Sleep Apnea Treatment Centers of America (SATCOA) recently expanded to include urgent care centers in partnership with Hillcrest Urgent Care. The companys goal and mission is to assist in lowering the 80 percent incidence of undiagnosed and untreated individuals suffering with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). This condition is defined by pauses in breathing that can last […]

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sleep fun facts

Sleep Fun Facts: What You Never Knew

April 12, 2014

Sleep can be a serious topic, especially, when you toss and turn all night and don’t wake up refreshed and raring to go in the morning. But sleep can be a happy topic too. Read on for some sleep fun facts. Perhaps you might discover something that you never knew. Sleep Fun Facts What is […]

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Butekyno breathing

What is the Butekyno Breathing Method?

April 07, 2014

Whether awareness was raised in movies, TV or from personal, first-hand experience, most of us are familiar with Lamaze or patterned breathing during labor of a child. But what about another breathing method, which is touted to help combat various medical conditions from lupus to chronic fatigue syndrome to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)? What is […]

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sleep apnea cause anxiety

Can Sleep Apnea Cause Anxiety?

March 31, 2014

Think about it: How scary is the idea that you or a loved one stops breathing on numerous occasions throughout the night? Ceasing to breathe might cause you to feel as though you are suffocating. It would be totally understandably that you might feel anxious. So then the $64,000 question is: Can sleep apnea cause […]

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too much sleep

Is Too Much Sleep Bad for You?

March 29, 2014

Too much ice cream can give you a stomachache (and pack on extra pounds). Too much alcohol can get you in all kinds of trouble. And yet too much exercise, while making you sore, is not as bad as the other examples. So where does sleep fit in? Is too much sleep bad for you? […]

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sleep apnea implant

What is a Sleep Apnea Implant?

March 26, 2014

Ah! Too be able to snore no more. That would be a wonderful thing. Then and only then, might you be allowed to return to your side of the marital bed, and not be camped out night after night on the couch in the family room. Is it possible? You heard some chatter while waiting […]

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nasal strips

Can Nasal Strips Help Sleep Apnea?

March 16, 2014

At some point in time in our lives, we have all had a head cold with its accompanying nasal congestion. Sometimes the congestion can get so bad that snoring ensues. The majority of us take decongestants to help ease breathing, and others use nasal strips (picture a Band-Aid that is placed across your nose) to […]

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Tips to Help a Bedwetter

March 15, 2014

Picture this scene: It’s spring break and the family is about to embark on a much-needed family vacation. For weeks, everyone has been excited with anticipation to sail away on a Disney Cruise ship. But on the morning you are scheduled to leave, your 8-year-old son wakes up with a frown on his face and […]

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radiofrequency ablation

History of Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

March 13, 2014

It wasn’t long ago that the majority of treatment for cardiovascular disease was very invasive open heart surgery. But with time and research, procedures for treating the heart, and most other diseases, have changed and adapted—all for the better. The key has been creating new techniques that are minimally invasive and less painful, with a […]

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World Sleep Day

Where Will You Celebrate World Sleep Day?

March 12, 2014

Mark  your calendar. All across the globe, people will be celebrating World Sleep Day on Friday, March 14, 2014. This annual event is dedicated to raising awareness about important issues and concerns related to sleep. So just where will you celebrate World Sleep Day? What is World Sleep Day All About? Occurring on the Friday […]

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cpap upkeep

Tips on CPAP Upkeep

March 10, 2014

Like clockwork, Daniel brings in his car for an oil change following the manufacturer’s guidelines every 5,000 miles. He gets his teeth checked and cleaned every 6 months. And he changes the filters in his home every 60 days to make sure that the heat and air conditioning operate without a glitch. Daniel takes care […]

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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.
  • What We Do

    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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