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Sleep Apnea Treatment in Dulles, VA

Sleep disorders rank among the most prevalent health concerns in the US, with an estimated 40 million Americans impacted each year. Among the most common of these disorders is sleep apnea, with approximately 22 million Americans suffering from this condition. To make matters worse, this disorder often goes undiagnosed for years, leading to myriad health consequences ranging from chronic exhaustion and weight gain to heart failure.

At NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Associates, our sleep apnea doctors specialize in the identification, diagnosis and treatment of mild to severe sleep apnea, helping our patients take back control of their health and feel their best.


NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Associates

  • We are committed to providing the best comprehensive care for sleep medicine, pulmonary care and critical illness.

  • We are affiliated with Stone Springs Hospital Center in Dulles, VA .

  • We are an affordable solution, accepting all insurance. We do not refuse treatment for any patient.

  • Dr. Aditya Dubey is highly rated by patients throughout the Northern Virginia area.

  • Located 5 minutes away from nearby South Riding Market Square Shopping Mall

 

Finding a Sleep Apnea Doctor

Patients often find difficulty finding a sleep apnea doctor. As a sleep apnea specialist, these doctors deal with both the underlying causes and implications of sleep apnea for their patients.

Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

While sleep apnea can only be diagnosed by a sleep apnea specialist or sleep doctor, there are some tell-tale signs and symptoms you can look out for that may be indicative of a need to visit our Dulles sleep clinic for further testing.

Common Symptoms Associated with Sleep Apnea Include:medical clinic dulles va

  • Loud snoring
  • Occasionally waking up with a sensation of choking or gasping
  • Periodic pauses between breaths
  • Waling up with a dry or sore throat
  • Chronic lack of energy during the day
  • Waking up feeling exhausted despite an adequate number of hours of sleep
  • Restless sleep
  • Recurrent waking up at night
  • Insomnia
  • Brain fog, lack of mental acuity during the day

Sleep apnea ranks among the most dangerous of sleep disorders, especially for those that already have underlying heart or pulmonary conditions. If you suspect that sleep apnea may be something you should look into don’t hesitate to reach out to our Dulles team of sleep apnea specialists today.

Diagnosis

At NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Associates, our sleep doctors will take inventory of your medical history, symptoms and sleep history in order to determine what steps may be appropriate for further diagnosis.

Your sleep apnea doctor may suggest a number of further tests including an overnight stay at our sleep clinic for monitoring.

Diagnostic tests for Sleep Apnea Include:

  • Nocturnal Polysomnography – this test involves being hooked up to diagnostic equipment that monitors and measures your brain, heart and lung activity as well as breathing patterns, body movement and blood oxygen levels during sleep.
  • Home Sleep Tests – these tests, while not as thorough or accurate, are less invasive and can be carried out in the comfort of your own home. They typically measure blood oxygen levels, heart rate, breathing patterns and airflow.

Treatment

Based on the outcome of your sleep apnea test(s) your sleep doctor may suggest prescription therapy or treatment. While a number of treatment options are available, one of the most commonly prescribed and effective treatments for both moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a positive airway pressure machine (CPAP machine).

Other common treatment options include a nighttime mandibular advancement device that works to move the lower jaw or tongue forward, as well as various surgical procedures.

Surgery (when required) may involve:

  • Tissue removal
  • Tissue shrinkage
  • Jaw re-positioning
  • Implants
  • Nerve stimulation
  • Establishing a new passageway for air

 

Lifestyle Changes that May Prove Effective:

  • Weight loss
  • Exercise
  • Avoidance of alcohol, sleeping pills and tranquilizers
  • Sleeping on side or abdomen vs on back
  • Stopping smoking

 

Get Your Sleep Apnea Treated with NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care in Dulles, VA

Since inception, the team at NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Associates have dedicated our practice to the specialty diagnosis, care and treatment of sleep and pulmonary disorders. Our talented sleep specialists understand the unique challenges our patients face and are ready and eager to help.

If you or a family member suspect that sleep apnea may be a problem causing you to lose sleep and wake up feeling exhausted, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Our caring team is ready to help you find the answers you need and get you the treatment you deserve.

NOVA Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Associates