The Solution to Snoring: A Personalized Approach for Better Sleep

A good night’s sleep is critical to good health and maintaining the circadian rhythm is vital in maintaining the metabolism of the body. This ensures that all bodily functions work in sync. Unfortunately, in today’s highly competitive world, sleep has become a luxury, and in some, lack of sleep becomes a serious problem. It Reduces the enthusiasm in life and makes the day drowsy, and the nights restless. Snoring is a very common social problem. This may sometimes be related to sleep apnoea, which has more serious medical implications. Comprehensive equipment to test for sleep apnoea is used during sleep studies to look for or rule out the presence of sleep apnoea in patients with sleep-disordered breathing.

Here, at the Bharti ENT Care Hospital, doctors are well-trained to detect these problems and find suitable remedies. They are capable of rectifying the cause and bringing back the zest in your life. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) also called obstructive sleep apnea syndrome – occurs when there are repeated episodes of complete or partial blockage of the upper airway during sleep.

Snoring and sleep apnea are caused because of airflow obstruction. The surgeon will first examine and investigate to identify the sites of airflow obstruction. Then as per the diagnosis, he may decide to undertake single or multiple procedures in one stage or in multiple stages to minimize these obstructions and bring relief from snoring and sleep apnea.

Surgical Treatments for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Include

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore common questions about snoring and sleep surgery, including procedures, benefits, risks, and recovery. Find answers to help you make informed decisions about improving sleep quality and reducing disruptive snoring habits.

Snoring can be bothersome to others and may indicate a more serious condition like obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA can lead to daytime fatigue, high blood pressure, heart disease, and reduced productivity


Treatment options include continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), oral appliances, positional therapy, weight loss, and surgical procedures. Surgical treatments aim to reduce the severity of the disorder, support medical therapy, or even cure OSA.

Recovery from sleep apnea surgery varies depending on the procedure but is generally similar to upper throat procedures. It is crucial to consult with a surgeon experienced in sleep surgery to understand the recovery process and potential risks.