What Is Nasal CPAP Therapy?
If you have obstructive sleep apnea, you’d like to read more about nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, which is a very common treatment for this sleep disorder. This therapy is a nonsurgical treatment that provides a steady flow of air to the lungs through the nose. The nasal CPAP therapy is also very helpful for infants who due to their underdeveloped lungs breathe more easily. Hence, to make...READ More
Sleep Apnea and Erectile Dysfunction
Obstructive sleep apnea, the most common type of sleep apnea, is a sleep disorder which should be taken seriously. People who have OSA experience pauses in breathing repeatedly during sleep. What’s more, OSA sufferers often snore and have difficulty getting enough sleep. However, this sleep disorder can also impact the testosterone and oxygen levels, which can trigger many different issues, such as erectile dysfunction (ED). According to recent research, there...READ More
How Does Air Pollution Affect You and Your Sleep Apnea?
Air pollution is a common issue and the health effects of it are very serious. It is one of the top 10 health threats of 2019. It has been estimated that about 7 million people worldwide die prematurely each year from air pollution. Air pollution doesn’t only pose a major threat to the climate, but also on our health. It mostly affects the upper airways, the heart, brain, and even...READ More
Everything You Need to Know About CPAP Pressure Settings
Sleep apnea is a different experience for every person and every individual who suffers from this sleep disorder has a different level of air obstruction. That’s why the CPAP device has to be set at an ideal level to suit the individual’s needs. Having this optimized will help you breathe easily during sleep and wake up fully refreshed with plenty of energy to make it through the day. The main...READ More
What Should and Shouldn’t Your Sleep Apnea Diet Include?
Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder which affects 22 million Americans. The number of sleep apnea sufferers has increased steadily along with the rising obesity epidemic. Our everyday routines and lifestyle choices have a huge impact on this sleep disorder. Smoking, stress, drinking, and exercise are only some of the factors which can affect this condition, either positively or negatively. Another aspect which has an enormous effect on sleep...READ More