In order to diagnose a sleep disorder, such as Sleep Apnea, most doctors will suggest a sleep study. Nowadays, you have the option to take an at home sleep study instead of a clinical sleep study if you so desire. Learn more about at home sleep studies and how to prepare for them.
Feeling weight down by Sleep Apnea? Read about these 5 household name people who have also struggles with Sleep Apnea and their journey using CPAP therapy to combat it.
Figuring out the best CPAP Mask for your Sleep Apnea treatment can be difficult, specially with all the options available in the market. Learn about the different types of CPAP masks and their various uses so you can feel empowered to choose the best CPAP mask for you.
If you are wondering how CPAP therapy and weight loss are linked, you are not alone. Explore the many ways in which CPAP use is linked to weight loss and even weight gain, and learn how you can make CPAP therapy work for your in helping you lose weight.
Breathing through your mouth at night may make it harder to use your CPAP properly. Here, we will explain some things chronic mouth-breathers can do to make the most out of their Sleep Apnea therapy.
In some professions, Sleep Apnea is more than just an inconvenience – it can be deadly. Let’s look at some careers that take Sleep Apnea and CPAP therapy seriously, and what employees in these fields must do.
At home sleep studies are becoming more widely accepted in the medical field, but can they stand up to traditional clinical sleep tests? Find out whether home sleep tests (HSTs) can compete with medically-assisted studies.
How many times did your parents tell you to go to bed lest you risk your body not growing throughout the night? You can almost still hear it – “You’re not going to grow unless you get at least 8 hours of sleep each night!” Most of us paid little attention to the pleadings of…
We all know someone who snores; we’ve heard it loud and clear every night we’ve lived with them. Some of us have even heard the harrowing signs of Sleep Apnea – that identifiable break of silence in the snore, followed by throaty gasps for breath. You may have brought it up with the snorer. Tried…
If you’re getting used to a new CPAP machine, it’s common to feel worse in the beginning. Here, we talk about some reasons why that may be the case and tips on how to stick with your CPAP therapy program.