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.
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.
Don’t get caught up with words! Both CPAP rookies and veterans often struggle with keeping track of all the lingo surrounding Sleep Apnea and CPAP therapy. Use this simple guide to help you keep up and better understand the terms that are essential to Sleep Apnea and CPAP use.
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.
Ever been rudely awakened by an elbow jab to the gut or a pillow smack to the face from an angry bed partner? Or perhaps your snoring is why you wake up to find your cat staring at you like this picture above. If this happened earlier this morning, take a look at this post.