Snoring can be Cured!
Snoring at night does not necessarily mean you are getting quality sleep. It may cause repetitive breath pauses and induce various cardiovascular diseases. Jiahui Health’s sleep apnea diagnosis service allows you to easily monitor your sleep at home, and provides effective treatment to safeguard your health.
Sleep Apnea Diagnosis Package
¥3,300 (Retail price: ¥4,100)
· ENT specialist initial consultation
· Polysomnography (PSG) diagnosis standard test
· Follow-up consultation with report analysis and treatment suggestion
How we monitor and diagnose your sleep
1. Sleep Consultation
Our ENT specialist will perform an initial exam and prescribe sleep monitoring service if needed, followed by an appointment for device installation.
2. Sleep Monitoring at Home
The PSG device is available for you to take home for overnight sleep monitoring. Please return the PSG device the next day and make appointments for your follow-up consultation
If your first PSG test has incomplete data, a free follow-up test will be provided.
3. Report Consultation
Our ENT specialist will help you fully understand your sleep report and provide treatment plans
* On the day you have sleep monitoring performed, please:
· Do not drink alcohol
· Do not drink coffee, tea, soda, or other beverages that contains caffeine in the afternoon or evening.
· Continue taking your regular medications as normal
What is OSA?
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common form of sleep apnea. It occurs when the upper respiratory tract becomes blocked, causing shallow breathing, paused breathing, or repetitive sleep interruption. In serious cases this could lead to high blood pressure, heart attacks, and brain problems.
What are the symptoms of OSA?
· Fatigue or feeling tired during the day
· Headaches in the morning
· Dry mouth or sore throat when you wake up due to breathing through the mouth
· Restlessness, screaming, sleep talking, convulsing, hearing sounds, or having hallucinations while asleep, or sleep walking
· Sexual dysfunction
· Night sweats
· Trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, and depression
· Waking up suffocating or gasping due to difficulty breathing
Who gets it?
OSA is more common in males above 30. People who are likely to have OSA may:
· Be obese or overweight with a BMI of >25
· Have a thick neck
· Have small airways in nose, throat, or mouth
· Have enlarged tonsils
· Have a large tongue
· Have diabetes and high blood pressure
· Be at high risk of heart failure or stroke
· Be long-term sleep medicine users
How is OSA diagnosed?
You can have your sleep monitored by wearing a device known as a polysomnography (PSG) device as you sleep. Your doctor will interpret the results, including oxygen saturation, thoracic motion, and nasal airflow, to see if you have OSA.
How is OSA treated?
· Life intervention and avoiding working too strenuously
· Using a ventilator applying continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
Treatment can significantly improve sleep quality and reduce the possibility of complications associated with cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
How can OSA be prevented?
· Quiting smoking
· Quiting drinking
· Diet control
· Sleeping on your side
Package prices not applicable to insurance payments.
To schedule your appointment or for more information, please call 400-868-3000.