Sleep Help

Good sleep hygiene, weight loss and exercise are among the tools that patients can use to potentially decrease the severity of OSA on their own. Refraining from alcohol, caffeine and large, high-fat meals soon before bedtime have also been show to help mitigate the OSA condition.

But in the majority of moderate to sever cases of OSA, self-treatment through lifestyle modifications is not enough to entirely eliminate the condition. For the millions of Americans afflicted with persistent OSA, treatment should involve the help of a sleep medicine professional such as Dr. Suh, who can work with you to answer your questions and formulate a treatment plan.