Changing your sleep position from your back to your side can dramatically improve your AHI. It can be difficult to do, but there’s some strategies that can help. Find out here!
The winter months often bring with them common colds and flus, and those with Sleep Apnea may find themselves struggling to use their CPAP machines with a stuffy nose or cough. Here are a few tips and tricks you can implement to ensure that you get a good night’s sleep, even when you’re feeling under the weather.
My name is Dr. Amie Stringfellow, and I’m a board-certified physician in Sleep Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Pediatrics. I operate a practice called Milepost Medical which provides provides affordable direct primary care and sleep medicine services outside of insurance. Like many of you, I have Sleep Apnea, and in this article, I’ll share the story …