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 causes Sleep Apnea? What risk factors should you watch out for? Learn how obesity, smoking, alcohol, and prescription medications all play a role in causing Sleep Apnea. Curious about other risk factors? Find out more!
What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep Apnea is a disease that greatly impacts not only the quality of sleep but many…
Learn about the respiratory complications in premature infants that can lead to needing CPAP therapy and oxygen and find out how certain organizations are helping bring CPAP machines, oxygen, and other life-saving technology to preemies all around the world.
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.
In some professions, Sleep Apnea is more than just an inconvenience – it can be deadly. Let’s look at some careers that take Sleep Apnea and CPAP therapy seriously, and what employees in these fields must do.
We all know someone who snores; we’ve heard it loud and clear every night we’ve lived with them. Some of…
Although you may feel alone in your struggle with Sleep Apnea, there are millions of Americans just like you hoping for a good night’s sleep. Sleeptember and Sleep Apnea Awareness Week shed light on this common sleeping condition and provide support for those with Sleep Apnea and their families.
Sleep apnea is more common in men than it is in women, so it’s crucial to understand how OSA presents itself in males. Look out for these common Sleep Apnea symptoms in men and get the help you or your partner deserves.
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.