Sleep Disorders

Sleep Apnea Treatment

Do you snore loudly, and often your partner complains about it? Do you feel tired, fatigued, or sleepy during the daytime? Or sometimes wake up choking or gasping for breath? Do you have or are you being treated for high blood pressure? If you’ve answered YES to any of the above statements, you may have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

This common sleep disorder makes it difficult for you to breathe during sleep. The interrupted breathing pattern can significantly impact sleep quality, minimize oxygen supply to the body, damaging your health. OSA is a health condition that affects many individuals in the United States. Leaving obstructive sleep apnea untreated can make a person prone to heart disease, stroke, depression, and several other health issues.

Restful and restorative sleep is an important step towards improved mood and good health. Call us today
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Snoring Treatment

Snoring Treatment

Your sleep partner may have complained about you snoring all night long. Snoring is the weird sound you make while sleeping. When air flows against relaxed throat tissues, they vibrate, making that annoying sound. If you snore occasionally, there is nothing to worry about, but chronic snoring can indicate underlying sleep disorders like sleep apnea.

Symptoms of Snoring Include:

  • Interrupted breathing during sleep
  • Dizziness during daytime
  • Lost focus in work
  • Morning headaches
  • Chest pain
  • Restless sleep cycles

Diagnosing Causes of Snoring

Your sleep specialist at Nirvana Sleep & Wellness will discuss your symptoms, ongoing medications, and health history With you and your primary care physician Holistic changes to your lifestyle may help you and your partner enjoy snoreless nights.

Narcolepsy Specialists

Narcolepsy is a sleeping disorder that makes it difficult to stay awake during the daytime. A person with this condition may fall asleep during irregular intervals and feel dizzy throughout the day, even after a night full of sleep.

At Nirvana Elite Sleep & Wellness, we can help you find holistic approaches to your stress, anxiety and sleep concerns. Besides addressing many common sleep disorders, we also provide treatment for several underlying issues. To learn more, call (832) 952-1199 to schedule a consultation with our sleep specialist.

Causes of Narcolepsy

Narcolepsy is a rare neurological disorder. It is the result of several elements that combine to create brain imbalance. According to some experts, narcolepsy is caused due to the brain’s inability to produce hypocretin. Several long-term complications are linked to narcolepsy, including weight gain, mental illnesses like anxiety and depression, and higher chances of suicidal behavior development.

Signs & Symptoms

  • Reduced work concentration
  • Tiredness
  • EDS
  • Memory lapses
  • Hallucinations
  • Sleep paralysis
  • Muscle weakness
Restless Leg Treatment

Restless Leg Syndrome Treatment

Do you feel like moving your legs when you are sleeping? Do you find it hard to stay still and fully relaxed for long hours without the urge to wake up or move? Assuming this is the case, you might be experiencing restless legs syndrome, a disorder that is frequently connected to other conditions, like sleep apnea and sleep deprivation.

At Nirvana Elite Sleep & Wellness, we perform several sleep diagnostic tests and procedures to find the main cause of your symptoms, Design unique treatment plans tailored to your.

Signs & Symptoms :

  • Sudden urge for leg movement
  • A feel of restlessness when lying down
  • Movement reduces the restless sensations
  • The urges aggravate at night
  • Burning, aching, itching, or pulling sensations in the legs

Long-term complications

  • Poor quality of life.
  • Depression.
  • Dizziness during daytime
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Reduced quality of life
  • Finding it hard to sit for long periods in car or on flights

Insomnia Treatment

Is sleeping or remaining asleep a difficult task for you? Even though you had a long tiring day at work and are thinking about going into a deep sleep, it fades away as soon you hit the bed? Assuming this is the case, you might be experiencing sleep deprivation or insomnia, a typical sleep problem that makes it difficult to rest or stay asleep.

An adult should sleep for at least seven to eight hours a day to stay fit and healthy. Improper sleep can make it difficult for you to work the next day, and you will feel irritated and annoyed by even the slightest mishaps. Prolonged episodes of sleep deprivation can cause other health problems like hypertension, anxiety, depression, and weight gain. If you are looking for a sleep specialist who can treat your sleep disorder.

Here at Nirvana sleep and wellness we use a holistic approach to identify the root cause of your problem and then design a unique treatment plan that fits your needs.

Idiopathic Hypersomnia Treatment

Idiopathic Hypersomnia Treatment

This uncommon sleep condition may cause a person to experience too much daytime sleepiness even after getting a full night’s sleep. A person with this sleep disorder may also find it difficult to wake up in the morning after a night’s sleep or a nap and may feel dull after naps. What makes hypersomnia life-threatening is the urge to sleep at any time, even during working or driving.

Symptoms of Hypersomnia

Hypersomnia has troublesome symptoms that can interfere with your daily routine, be it at school, office, or when spending time with your loved ones. Symptoms appearing initially in teenage years include:

  • Falling asleep at work, during
  • conversations, even while driving
  • Cognitive difficulties
  • Lost cravings for food
  • Hallucinations

Treatment of Hypersomnia

The treatment of this condition is dependent on the cause. Hypersomnia due to sleep apnea may be treated with the use of a mask to ensure the uninterrupted flow of air into the nostrils during sleep. If the condition results from medications, your doctor will make changes to the prescription. Contact Nirvana Elite Sleep & Wellness and let our experts manage your sleep schedule

Shift Work Disorder

Also referred to as shift work, sleep disorder mainly affects workers who are on-duty during the night, early morning, or those who rotate shifts. The disorder can alter the sleep pattern and cause excessive sleepiness during work or insomnia when a person tries to sleep. Shift work disorder can cause a loss of 1-4 hours of sleep per night for an average person. Contact Nirvana Elite Sleep & Wellness and let our experts manage your sleep schedule.

No problems for night owls

Not everyone with night duty finds it hard to get enough sleep. And many working at night get adequate sleep during the daytime. If you are a “night owl,” you won’t find it hard to work at night.

Issues with Shift Work Sleep Disorder

Shift work can elevate anxiety levels and increase a person’s chances of getting sick. Sleep deprivation due to shift work can cause more on-job accidents. Moreover, it lowers job concentration and performance.

Shift Work Disorder
Migraine & Headaches Treatment

Migraine and Headaches Treatment

Migraines are recurring headaches that can make your day miserable. A person can experience mild to severe pain that comes and goes. The discomfort is usually experienced on one side of the head; nausea and fatigue can often accompany the pain. This condition can affect men and children but is more common in women.

Our experienced specialists understand and seek to identify your specific problem to provide treatment to soothe your pain. Are you suffering from headaches, our dedicated individuals are always ready to help design a customized treatment path for you in collaboration with your neurologists.

Nirvana Elite Sleep

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At Nirvana Elite Sleep & Wellness, we work tirelessly to cure chronic headaches and migraines. We offer several treatment options that are safe and non-invasive to help you find relief from chronic headaches. We work together with you to form an individualized treatment plan for the best results in the shortest possible time.

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