Sleep apnea is linked to an increased risk of high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack, depression, organ failure, and even death. If you are not sleeping through the night, take the time to learn more.
Sleep Better, Live Better.
Sleep Apnea Treatment in Lake in the Hills
Learn more about sleep apnea and your treatment options.
It’s time to do something about the warning signs of sleep apnea.
- Frequent nighttime urination
- Increased stomach acid
- Lack of focus
- Decreased memory
- Problems regulating blood sugar
- Feelings of depression
Sleep Apnea is Treatable.
Lake in the Hills Sleep Solutions
You Don’t Have to Suffer Anymore
Nobody feels good after a poor night of sleep. For more than 18 million Americans, this happens night after night. There is no doubt a consistent lack of sleep can lead to serious health problems. In many instances, this lack of sleep is caused by something called sleep apnea which occurs when the airway from your mouth to your lungs collapses. Dr. Tim Stirneman has helped thousands of Chicago-area patients take back control of their lives and sleep more soundly. He can help you, too.
Insurance & Medicare Accepted
For many patients, oral appliance therapy is covered under their benefits. Our office proudly accepts most major medical insurance plans, and we process claims quickly and efficiently to help you start achieving better sleep right away. Dr. Stirneman even takes Medicare and offers affordable monthly financing options.
See How Our Patients’ Lives Have Changed.
Lake in the Hills, IL Sleep Apnea Treatment
“I am sleeping better each night thanks to Dr. Stirneman. I wasn’t even really sure there was a problem until about 2 years ago… my husband kept telling me I’d gasp for air at night and seem very distressed. He would wake me up and I’d have no idea what he meant. I usually always had a headache then, and in the morning, even more terrible. Now, I sleep like a baby.”
Sleep has always been a struggle for me. I’ve had sleep studies, even have a CPAP machine. I hate it, and so does my wife. It’s a pain to wear, and almost impossible to use. I discovered Dr. Stirneman and he walked me through my options, custom made me an oral appliance. It’s actually easy to use and works like a charm. I’m getting the best sleep in years and feel great.
Wow, I never thought I’d say this: I don’t snore. My wife has never been happier! Best of all, I feel so great in the morning. It took a little getting used to, but I never feel the oral appliance at all now. I’m seriously amazed at how much work this little thing is capable of. I never write reviews, but I had to this time. Dr. Stirneman is a consummate professional – never judged, listened intently… I could tell he cared. The whole experience has been A++ all the way.
An Alternative to CPAP.
Sleep Solutions in Lake in the Hills, IL
Millions of Americans have already completed a sleep study and have been prescribed a CPAP machine. This noisy, intrusive device is very often prescribed with the goal of forcing air through your mouth to keep the airway open while you sleep. It is uncomfortable at best. Unfortunately, up to 80% of people with CPAP machines do not use them as prescribed. As a result, these people continue to suffer from the debilitating impact of sleep apnea. The good news is that you do have other options. In fact, the #1 alternative to CPAP is an oral appliance. Please schedule a free, no-obligation consultation today to learn more.
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