Is Sleep Apnea a disability according to the VA? How could the recent rule changes about Sleep Apnea at the VA impact your disability claim? Can you get SSA disability for Sleep Apnea? The answers to these questions can be found here!
What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep Apnea is a disease that greatly impacts not only the quality of sleep but many other areas of your life as well. When you sleep, the muscles of the airway relax and collapses. In Sleep Apnea patients, this expansion partially or completely blocks the airway. This can cause you to…
Packing up your large CPAP machine is tricky, especially when you’re trying to fit everything in a carry-on bag! Learn about the 2 best travel-friendly mini CPAP machines on the market, what features they offer, and what real users love about them.
A helpful guide for new CPAP users on how to use a CPAP machine, how to setup the equipment, how to troubleshoot when you’re stuck, and beginning your treatment.
Getting the right mask fit is critical for CPAP therapy to be effective. Here’s 5 helpful tips that guide new CPAP users on how to choose the best CPAP mask, and best CPAP mask fit for comfort and better sleep.
You’ve been used to sleeping without a CPAP machine and mask for so long, it may take some time to get used to your new therapy. Let’s look at some easy ways to get accustomed to using a CPAP machine, mask, and enjoying your new sleeping habits.
Going beyond the basic CPAP equipment, such as CPAP machines & masks, we present a list that provides insight into the lesser known CPAP supplies that could drastically change the way you feel about your CPAP therapy. Check them out!
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.
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.