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How to Tell If Your CPAP Pressure Needs to Be Adjusted

Posted by RemZzzs on Aug 24, 2018 6:07:27 AM

When it comes to getting the most out of your CPAP therapy, comfort is key. Your CPAP machine's air pressure level is an important part of that equation. If any part of your equipment is making you uncomfortable, you run the risk of your therapy being less effective, and you may not use your CPAP as prescribed by your sleep doctor.

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How to Handle Dry Mouth During CPAP Therapy

Posted by RemZzzs on Jun 29, 2018 9:16:00 AM

Dry mouth is a problem some CPAP users experience, especially those who are just getting started with their therapy. It can also be a more common issue for people using nasal masks or nasal pillows. Not only is it uncomfortable and irritating, it could be a sign your CPAP therapy isn't working as effectively as it could be.

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These Apps Can Help You Get Better Sleep

Posted by RemZzzs on May 22, 2018 4:27:56 PM

 

Many people struggle to get enough good-quality sleep to feel energized and focused. It's especially tough for people with sleep apnea to get consistent, restful sleep. Not only is a good night's sleep key to being rested and productive, it also affects our overall health. That means getting the right sleep is important for everyone, even if it can be a challenge.

The good news is that there's a variety of smartphone apps you can use to understand your sleep patterns better and see what you can do to adjust your sleep schedule for a better night's rest.

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How Common Is Sleep Apnea?

Posted by RemZzzs on Apr 16, 2018 12:00:00 AM

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that causes someone to pause breathing during sleep. Those suffering from sleep apnea usually don't know their breathing is being interrupted for 10 or more seconds at a time, and it often happens repeatedly throughout the night. This disorder causes a long list of symptoms and health issues, including poor sleep quality, chronic fatigue, headaches, depression, and even high blood pressure and heart disease.

The bad news is that sleep apnea is a relatively common issue that affects millions of people worldwide. The good news is that most sleep apnea can be treated effectively with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines.

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