Sleep Apnea Treatment Directory
Sleep apnea treatment for some may be only losing weight or practicing better sleep habits. For others, medications, devices, and/or surgery can help. The CPAP machine is a popular treatment in which a mask delivers oxygen through the nose. Mouth devices can help keep the airways open while you sleep. Types of surgery include mouth implants, deviated septum repair, a UPPP, and mandibular maxillar advancement surgery. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how sleep apnea is treated, what methods are available, what to expect from treatment, and much more.
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Learn about the various treatment options for sleep apnea.
Sleep Apnea Mouth Devices: Mouth Guards, MAD, and More
WebMD describes the different types of mouth devices used to treat sleep apnea including CPAP and mouth guards.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Gadgets and Devices Guide
Learn about gadgets, devices, and strategies for treating obstructive sleep apnea, including CPAP machines, mouth devices, position pillows, and the tennis ball technique.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea: 5 Self-Care Strategies
Getting medical treatment for obstructive sleep apnea is important, but it’s not the only way to improve OSA symptoms. These are the five self-care strategies most often recommend by experts.
Personal Story: Sleep Apnea
Many men suffer from sleep apnea and don’t even know it. Watch Adam, as he explores the world of sleep studies.
This Will Make You Use Your CPAP
A man got a real wake-up call when he saw what happened when he didn’t use his CPAP mask.
The Dangers of Sleep Apnea
Learn why sleep apnea is such a serious problem.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Sleep Apnea Myths
Is it just snoring, or is it something more serious? Learn more about myths and facts surrounding sleep apnea.
Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Sleep Disorders
Pictures show you the symptoms, causes, tests, and treatments for sleep problems.
Slideshow: Fighting Fatigue and Sleepiness on the Road
See the surprising dangers of driving sleepy. Learn what increases your risk of a car accident and tips to keep you safe whether it is insomnia, narcolepsy, or something else making you tired.