Sleep and Respiratory Consultation
If you're experiencing any of the following, your doctor may or may have referred you to a sleep and respiratory specialist:
- Asthma: If you have trouble breathing, wheezing, or a persistent cough.
- Chronic Dyspnea: This means long-term shortness of breath that doesn't go away easily.
- Shortness of Breath: If you feel like you can't catch your breath or get winded easily.
- Hypertension: If you have high blood pressure along with breathing difficulties.
- Sleep Apnea: If you snore loudly, stop breathing during sleep, feel excessively tired during the day, or have morning headaches.
- Chronic Cough: If you've had a persistent cough for more than eight weeks.
- Chronic Bronchitis: If you have a frequent and persistent cough with a lot of mucus production.
- COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease): If you experience shortness of breath, cough, wheezing, or chest tightness.
- Allergies: If severe allergies affect your breathing, causing symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, or itchy eyes.
- Insomnia or Sleep Disorders: If you're having trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting restful sleep.
During a Sleep and Respiratory consultation, the doctor will ask you about your medical history and perform tests to diagnose any issues with your breathing and sleep. The doctor will carefully review the results to figure out what might be causing your symptoms.
These tests can include - Lung function tests, Imaging scans, Sleep studies or Blood tests.
All of our sleep and respiratory doctors have received specialised training in diagnosing and treating sleep and respiratory conditions. They have advanced knowledge and expertise in specific areas of this field. Some of them have even completed PhD degrees or gained experience from respected institutions. This means they can provide you with comprehensive care and stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in sleep and respiratory medicine.
(This test will take up to 30 minutes)
No Preparation Required.