Inspire for Sleep Apnea
If you’ve got sleep apnea a CPAP machine can help, a lot. But it’s not like putting on a sleep mask to block the light. CPAP machines are cumbersome and noisy.
Is there a better option than using a CPAP machine?
First you’ve got the mask digging into your face all night. Then there is the attached hose which if you toss and turn is going to get tangled. And did we mention the noise? Many people resort to putting the actual CPAP machine in another room. It’s so loud.
Fortunately there is a solution!
FDA-approved Inspire sleep apnea treatment works with your natural sleep process treating obstructive sleep apnea so you keep breathing through the night
Inspire implant treatment has a very high success rate. 91% of people say they are happy with Inspire and 94% of patients say they would recommend Inspire over CPAP. In clinical trials, 80% of those living with someone diagnosed with sleep apnea reported either no snoring or light snoring after 12 months of Inspire use.
How does Inspire Sleep Apnea Treatment Work
Inspire is implanted under the skin in a same-day, outpatient procedure. Inspire works inside the body to stimulate the hypoglossal nerve which controls movement of the tongue and other muscles key to keeping your airway unobstructed. With a small, handheld remote, you simply click the Inspire button before you go to sleep. The implant then stimulates the muscles controlling your tongue, moving it forward as needed to open your airway so you can breathe. By eliminating the obstruction, you decrease the episodes of apnea, sleep deeply and wake up refreshed and energized.
Why Choose an Inspire Sleep Apnea Device
In addition to reducing the nightly episodes of sleep apnea by roughly 79%, because you are improving the caliber of your sleep, the Inspire implant may increase your ability to enjoy a higher quality of life including:
- Higher energy levels
- Improved focus
- Improved memory
- Safe driving
- Improved relationships at work and home
- Weight loss
- Decrease in snoring
If left untreated, sleep apnea can lead to an increase in heart attacks, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, motor vehicle accidents and even early mortality.
Do you have untreated Sleep Apnea and need options? Call us today.