Naperville IL, 08-OCTOBER-2014 – The Center for Sleep Medicine is pleased to announce that patients who are suffering from various sleep disorders may schedule an appointment with a board certified sleep therapist. The Center which also provides therapy for insomnia is aware of the latest diagnostic testing and therapies suitable for various types of sleep disorders such as Oral Appliance therapy (OA) for those individuals suffering from sleep apnea.


Naperville IL, 08-OCTOBER-2014 – The Center for Sleep Medicine is pleased to announce that patients who are suffering from various sleep disorders may schedule an appointment with a board certified sleep therapist. The Center which also provides therapy for insomnia is aware of the latest diagnostic testing and therapies suitable for various types of sleep disorders such as Oral Appliance therapy (OA) for those individuals suffering from sleep apnea.

A spokesperson for the Chicago insomnia center explained to an interviewer recently, “An Oral Appliance is designed to gently reposition the alignment of the lower jaw in a protruded position during sleep. The appliance may require a slight adjustment from time to time which is not painful. The purpose of the alignment is to keep the airway from collapsing and blocking the free flow of air to the sleeper. When the upper airway does not partially or completely collapse while sleeping, the person won’t suffer from disordered breathing and as a result experience quality sleep.”

He continues, “The importance of adequate restful sleep cannot be over-stated. When you aren’t getting the quality sleep you need, excessive daytime sleepiness will result which affects one’s overall health. It also affects one’s concentration while at work or driving.”

Oral appliances are comfortable and easy to wear, small and convenient, making them easy to carry when traveling. The doctors at the center will make a determination of the appropriate appliance for a particular individual. The devices are fitted properly and the patient is monitored throughout the process to determine whether the specific device is doing the job it was designed to do.

Learn more about oral appliances by paying a visit to the web pages at http://www.sleepmedcenter.com today. Members of the press and others who have further questions about the contents of this press release are invited to contact the network at the address presented below.

Company Name: The Center for Sleep Medicine
Address: 900 Technology Way, Suite 120, Libertyville, IL 60048
Contact Telephone Number: (847) 231-4721
Contact Fax Number: (847) 231-4722
Email: info@sleepmedcenter.com
Website: http://www.sleepmedcenter.com