As the old saying goes: Knowledge is power. In this article we delve into the three types of Sleep Apnea, their causes and symptoms, as well as their treatment options. The more you learn about Sleep Apnea, the better equipped you will be treat it and enjoy restful sleep.
Approximately 80% of Sleep Apnea cases go undiagnosed and untreated. This could be catastrophic to those who do not know they suffer from Sleep Apnea and are not seeking treatment. This article will help you determine if the symptoms you are experiencing should be cause for concern and how you can talk to a medical professional about Sleep Apnea symptoms and its treatment options.
Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder that can become dangerous and even life-threatening if paired with the consumption of alcohol and/or certain drugs. Find out how drugs and alcohol can exacerbate the symptoms of Sleep Apnea and what you can do to prevent it.
When your partner loses quality sleep due to Sleep Apnea, chances are you do as well. In this article you will find some tips and ideas on how to be supportive of your partner with Sleep Apnea and encourage better sleep for both of you.
Sleep Apnea can make getting a restful night’s sleep something very difficult to achieve. While CPAP therapy goes a long way in helping Sleep Apnea sufferers get better sleep, there are other things you can do to improve your Sleep Apnea treatment and ensure top quality sleep.
There is a lot of information out there about the treatments and causes of Sleep Apnea. In this article we focus on explaining the top five factors that put someone at added risk of developing Sleep Apnea. We also address five common myths about the treatment and causes of this common sleep disorder.
A large number of Sleep Apnea patients were first warned about their potential condition by a partner or family member who noticed their symptoms. If you are concerned about your partner’s sleep health, consider these tips to approach the subject of Sleep Apnea and be a source of support.
The heat and humidity of summer can worsen symptoms and make the day to day harder for those suffering from COPD. Here’s a quick guide on how to minimize the potential impact of the summer heat on your COPD symptoms.
Sleep Apnea and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) are both very common conditions that affect a person’s breathing. These two conditions often coincide in what is called “overlap syndrome”. Read more about each condition, their most common symptoms, and treatments.
Happy World Health Day! This year the World Health organization has chosen to focus on Diabetes to educate and spread awareness. Recent research has shown Diabetes and Sleep Apnea share a connection. As much as 40% of those diagnosed with Sleep Apnea may develop Type 2 Diabetes.