If you’re reading this article, you may be having trouble with your new CPAP machine. You may be asking yourself, “Why is my CPAP so hard to use?” or “Will I ever get used to CPAP?” Perhaps your Sleep Apnea mask is leaking air, or the fit is too tight for your head and gives…
Sleep Apnea is a serious concern for commercial drivers, in that the loss of sleep associated with Sleep Apnea reduces productivity and increases the risk of motor vehicle crashes. Federal law does not require testing, but testing and treatment for Sleep Apnea can improve productivity and save lives. People who have chronic sleepiness, like that…
CPAP machines can be noisy, but did you know there are other parts of your setup that can make a ruckus? Learn more about getting quieter sleep.
If you’re concerned about your respiratory health, but don’t want to begin CPAP treatment, there are numerous options available today to help you breathe easier and improve your quality of life – all without having to use a CPAP machine and mask. Let’s look at today’s alternatives to CPAP therapy.
Maintaining CPAP compliance can be difficult but it can also have a big positive impact on your health. This article will help you stay informed about ways to make CPAP therapy work for you without the side effects that might lead you to quit.
As a CPAP user, you might be familiar with some of the common CPAP side effects, but there are some lesser talked about side effects that can be preventing your from feeling the full benefits of your CPAP therapy. Learn more about these side effects and what you can do to get rid of them.
Overeating and binge drinking are quite common during the holiday months, but did you know that both can worsen Sleep Apnea? Here are some tips on how to enjoy yourself this holiday season, while keeping your respiratory health in mind.
We know adjusting to your CPAP equipment can be challenging, but don’t give up just yet! We’ve gathered a list of the 12 most common CPAP problems from real users and we are sharing our best and easiest fixes for your CPAP issues.
Has our way of sleeping changed over time? Ever since the advent of the light bulb, we have been able to stay awake longer into the night. Nonetheless, modern studies have linked artificial light exposure at night to several negative health issues, such as heart disease and obesity.
Learn more about what influences the sound you hear from your CPAP machine.