Sleep Medicine in Tunisia

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International Hospital Center of Tunisia
3.7

From 59 verified reviews

S. B., 25 August 2020

This is the second time that I come in 3 years. Already for dr ghedira who operated on me implants and this year liposuction lipofilling and blepharoplasty. I know French hospitals because I work there and this hospital is better equipped with very available and smiling staff. Am once again really very satisfied with the care and dr ghedira has worked miracles on me again. Thanks to the whole team.

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    Sleep medicine is a medical specialty that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of sleep disorders. A physician who specializes in sleep medicine is called a sleep medicine specialist and they have trained in internal medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, or neurology during residency. They are qualified to assist patients who suffer from conditions or disorders that affect sleep. They deal with a wide range of diseases and conditions, including:

    • Insomnia, which is difficulty falling or staying asleep throughout the night.
    • Parasomnia, such as sleepwalking.
    • Sleep apnea and snoring, which is a condition when a person experiences abnormal patterns of breathing when they are asleep.
    • Restless legs syndrome, which is an uncontrollable urge to move your legs that keep you awake.
    • Narcolepsy, which is a condition that causes people to suddenly fall asleep during the day.
    • Teeth grinding or sleep bruxism.
    • Nightmares.
    • Circadian rhythm disorder, which is a problem with the circadian rhythm or the “internal body clock” that keeps the body’s biological processes in step.
    • Hypersomnia, which is excessive sleepiness at inappropriate times. 
    • Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder, which is a condition where a patient physically acts out vivid dreams with sudden arm and leg movements, as well as with vocal sounds.

    In order to diagnose and treat these sleep-related disorders, sleep medicine specialists can perform a wide variety of procedures. Some of the most common include, but are not limited to:

    • Actigraphy
    • Polysomnography (sleep study)
    • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
    • Sleep apnea tests
    • Non-invasive ventilation
    • Hypoglossal nerve stimulation therapy evaluation
    • Overnight oximetry test
    • Oral appliance therapy
    • Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP).

    Sleep medicine specialists can also prescribe medications and refer patients to other specialists as required, such as to a physical therapist to help open the airway so patients can breathe better.

    How Long Should I Stay in Tunisia?

    The length of stay depends on the specific procedure you underwent. It is advisable to stay in Tunisia for at least 5 to 7 days. However, for some types of treatments, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, you may need to stay longer as the treatment usually requires more than one session.

    What's the Expected Recovery Time?

    Since the treatment plan can be different from one person to another, recovery time varies widely. In most cases, the procedure itself does not require any recovery time. You should be able to resume your normal activity almost immediately, as long as you do not experience symptoms that prevent you from performing your day to day activity. 

    What Aftercare is Required?

    Your doctor will give you a set of instructions on how to care for yourself at home. Follow all instructions from your doctor as it will speed up your recovery and avoid complications. In most cases, your doctor may tell you to change your lifestyle, such as improve your diet and establish a regular sleep schedule.

    What's the Success Rate?

    Sleep medicine is always evolving. With continuous research, specialists now have a better and broader understanding of sleep and its disorders. Innovative technology and new approaches are being implemented on many levels, enabling sleep medicine specialists to diagnose and treat difficult sleep disorders more efficiently. This has increased the success rate of sleep medicine procedures.

    Are there Alternatives?

    There is no alternative to sleep medicine, but your doctor may refer you to a relevant specialist if your condition is found to be caused by something else unrelated to the field. In certain cases, you may undergo acupuncture, meditation, or hypnotherapy as the alternative, but make sure to consult with your doctor first.

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