At RespAir Sleep, we want our patients to receive the high-quality care they deserve and be well-informed every step of the way. Our goal is to not only provide you with a custom treatment plan, but answer your questions and help you create healthy sleep habits that will aid you in living a better, happier life. If you’d like to learn more about the services we provide or ask our team a specific question, please contact us, and we’ll be happy to help you.Contact Us
Step-by-Step Process for Scheduling
Your First Visit
We offer free virtual or in-person consultations. Appointments can be requested online or by telephone. Once you’ve scheduled your appointment, confirmation will be emailed to you, along with a request to complete new patient paperwork. If you’re a new patient and plan to use insurance, please take a photo and email us the photo of your medical insurance card and driver’s license when you schedule your appointment and bring it with you to your first visit.
We recommend that you arrive at least 10 minutes early for in-person appointments. Please note our 24-hour cancellation policy and reach out to our team as soon as possible if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment.
RespAir Sleep Accepts:
- Debit & Credit Cards
- FSAs & HSAs
- All Major Medical Insurance Plans
- In-House Financing
- We are a VA Provider and proud to offer Veteran discounts
Scheduling Your Consultation
Consultations can be scheduled through our virtual contact form or via phone. We recommend arriving to your first appointment at least 10-15 minutes early to ensure you have enough time to fill out your new patient paperwork. We also ask that you bring your insurance or Medicare card as well, if applicable. Please provide our team with at least 24 hours’ notice if you are unable to keep your appointment if possible. We’re so glad you’re beginning your journey toward more restful sleep, and we’re looking forward to your first appointment with us!
Frequently Asked Questions
If you experience chronic fatigue that cannot be explained by a lack of sleep or poor sleep hygiene, it could be that the quality of the sleep that you are getting is insufficient. If you experience any other sleep apnea symptoms in addition to fatigue, lack of energy, brain fog, or memory loss, we recommend scheduling a sleep study.
Common sleep apnea symptoms include:
- Constantly feeling exhausted
- Loud snoring
- Waking up with a dry or sore throat
- Frequent headaches
- Difficulty focusing
- Irritability or mood swings
Some factors that can increase a patient’s risk of developing sleep apnea include:
- Being overweight
- Being male
- Being over 50
- Being a smoker
- Frequently consuming alcohol
- Having a family history of sleep apnea
- Chronic nasal congestion
Patients who snore do not necessarily have sleep apnea, but it is one of the most common symptoms of sleep apnea. If your snoring is accompanied by periods of silence or waking up choking or gasping for air, it’s likely that your snoring is sleep apnea-related.
Untreated sleep apnea can lead to depression, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, and diabetes. In serious cases, sleep apnea can even be fatal, which is why we recommend seeking treatment as soon as possible.