Happy St. Patty’s Day! May the luck of the Irish smile on you. Before you head out and celebrate and kick back another night cap heres an important tip you should know.
Exercise is not only good for your body, but it’s also good for your sleep. Various tongue, throat, neck, and jaw exercises can help reduce Sleep Apnea symptoms and may lead to a better night’s sleep. Read on to learn a few exercises you can do at home.
Dr. Amy Stringfellow is a board-certified physician answering some of the biggest questions about Sleep Apnea for CPAP.com. In this article, stop by to get the answers you’ve been looking for. Dr. Stringfellow is the owner of Mile Posts Medical, a practice that operates outside of insurance, providing primary care and sleep medicine.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration attributes 2.2% of all traffic accident fatalities to drowsy driving. People who drive tired,…
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!
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.
We sat down with Heather B. to talk about how her husband, struggled with sleep apnea and the impact it had on both of their well-beings. Read on to learn more about Heather and Mike’s journey and how CPAP therapy changed their lives.
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 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.
My father had the world’s most deafening snore known to mankind. The makeshift sound proofs I created just wasn’t enough. Read this post to see how untreated Sleep Apnea affects more than you.