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Living with a sleep disorder can feel like fighting a losing battle. Patients often think that they will never be able to sleep well again. Others may suffer from the medical conditions and chronic diseases that are linked to or caused by sleep disorders.
Research continues to shed new light on the process of sleep, and new therapies are constantly being developed. FusionSleep® offers a full range of effective treatment options through the Sleep4Safety® programs that can prevent, as well as reverse potentially life threatening conditions.
Effective treatment for many sleep disorders involve the use of medications. Recent advances in pharmaceutical research has led to the discovery of therapies for Restless Legs Syndrome, Insomnia, and Narcolepsy. Medications are also used in combination with other therapies, for example, in the treatment of Sleep Apnea.
Every year a number of new drugs are developed and approved as therapies for sleep disorders. Sleep medicine is one of the fastest growing fields within pharmacology development. Our participation in cutting edge research allows FusionSleep® Clinicians to stay on the forefront of this rapidly developing field and bring medication technology to the bedside as it is developed.
Positive Airway Pressure Therapy (PAP)
PAP therapy is the most common and most effective way to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Snoring, collectively known as Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB).
FusionSleep® offers full service programs for PAP therapy, including all equipment and supplies, patient education, and long term follow-up programs.
Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT)
Oral Appliance Therapy is an alternative therapy to treat Sleep Disordered Breathing, including Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Snoring.
An appliance, somewhat similar to a sports mouthguard or orthodontic retainer, is worn in the mouth at night to reposition the jaw forward, preventing the upper airway from collapsing during sleep.
FusionSleep® offers Oral Appliance Therapy and comprehensive follow-up through its Dental Sleep Medicine Program.
A number of surgical options are available, especially to help children who suffer from Sleep Disordered Breathing. At FusionSleep®, we work with the most experienced surgeons in the field to provide patients with the best alternatives in surgical care.
Blue Light Therapy
Light Therapy is used to help treat disorders that result from a problem with the internal body clock. Disorders such as Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome, Jet Lag, and Depression are treated with Light Therapy.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
These methods teach patients how to change actions or thoughts that impede the natural sleep process. Patients learn how to regain control of their sleep by developing sleep promoting behaviours and thoughts.
At FusionSleep®, we work with psychiatrists and psychologists to provide cognitive behavioral therapies, as well as with multiple pharmaceutical companies to provide the latest in medical therapies.
We have a wide range of effective treatment solutions which can prevent, as well as reverse potentially life threatening conditions, as you build a healthier, safer life.