07.25.14

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Adventures in CPAP Therapy

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07.08.14

8 Things Soccer & Sleep Have In Common

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It’s time for kick-off! The World Cup has brought all sorts of surprises, drawing the attention from fans worldwide. Discover how soccer is similar to sleep in several ways.

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06.13.14

The Story Of My Father and I Starting CPAP.com

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Years ago, CPAP.com was hardly more than a few orders coming through eBay. With some hard and creative work done by father and son team, John and Johnny Goodman, CPAP.com has grown leaps and bounds. Read Johnny’s story about how they got started!

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06.05.14

Untreated Sleep Apnea Affects More Than Just You

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My father had the world’s most deafening snore known to mankind. The makeshift sound proofs I created just wasn’t enough. Read this post to see how untreated Sleep Apnea affects more than you.

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05.23.14

Sleep 101: Learning and Memory

Sleep is a key factor to learning and memory. Sharp brain waves produced during sleep help create memories and allow new information to be stored. For instance, if you learn the golf downswing today, your brain will store this information while you sleep so you can recall this magic move tomorrow. Now, take into account that OSA may impair certain memory abilities. Studies show that hypopneas and apneas tend to last...

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