The treatments available for sleep apnea vary depending on the severity and cause of the illness in each person. Some people have pallet surgery to help the soft tissue not collapse, while others have tonsillectomies to keep their adenoids from falling into their airways. Others only need the minimally invasive option of a continuous positive air pressure device. You will find that most doctors try to treat typical sleep apnea with a CPAP device before exploring other options. Contact your doctor about being tested for sleep apnea today if you are experiencing any of the related symptoms. While it is a potentially fatal disease, the treatment is reasonably easily.
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