This therapy promotes good sleep habits and uses various methods, such as relaxation and biofeedback, to alleviate sleep anxiety. For example, medicines for insomnia may help you fall asleep, but you may feel groggy in the morning after taking them. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 48 percent of Americans report having trouble sleeping occasionally, while 22 percent suffer from insomnia every night or almost every night. We specialize in treating snoring and sleep apnea with the most important CPAP alternative, oral apparatus therapy (OAT), also known as Continuous Open Airway Therapy (COAT).
If you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, you may be suffering from sleep disorders.