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Accessories that Enhance Your CPAP Experience

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy is a common and effective treatment for sleep apnea. However, for many users, the success of CPAP therapy can be greatly influenced by the accessorie ...

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Are you at Risk for an Arrhythmia?

More than 850,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized for arrhythmia each year, states the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. The Center for Disease Control estimates that 2.7 to 6.1 million people i ...

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Are Sleep Apnea Machines Loud?

Short answer: No, your sleep apnea machine shouldn’t be loud! As the Mayo Clinic states, “Most new models of CPAP devices are almost silent.” But this doesn’t mean there can’t still be some issues wit ...

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80% of Sleep Apnea Cases Are Undiagnosed

It’s worse than snoring. You have nights of disturbed sleep that leave you tired in the morning. Every morning. The American Sleep Apnea Association estimates that 80% of the cases of sleep apnea are ...

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7 Ways You’re Sleeping Wrong

Sleep is a valuable thing--worthy of time and effort to make sure it’s the best it can be. Here are seven common ways you may be hurting your sleep. Some of them may be surprising. 1. The only pillo ...

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Can Children Use A CPAP Machine?

Your child was diagnosed with sleep apnea and now a million thoughts are running through your mind. One of which is how your child is going to sleep at night. Sleep is imperative to a growing child. W ...

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Causes of a Leaky CPAP Mask

Sleeping with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is like scuba diving with a snorkel mask. Every time you take a breath, you resurface with a choke and a splutter. Lack of proper equipment keeps you from ...

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4 Must Do’s for Back Sleepers

Do you sleep on your side? On your stomach? Or perhaps on your back? Sleeping on your back has been found to be the healthiest position to sleep in, says the National Sleep Foundation. It is said to m ...

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4 Ways Insomnia Causes Anxiety

Turns out Mom was right. Taking a nap really does make you a lot less cranky. Researchers have discovered a strong link between insomnia and anxiety. When we talk about insomnia and anxiety in this co ...

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5 Things to Look for in a CPAP Machine

You keep waking yourself up with your own snoring. That, and the sudden inability to breathe. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machines are the most common treatment for Obstructive Sleep Ap ...

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