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
Tips to Make CPAP Therapy More Comfortable in the Winter
Winter is just around the corner and the weather is getting cooler. This means that many of us will start facing colds, flu, sinus infections, sore throats as special winter gifts. However, if you are using a CPAP device, winter can make your therapy quite uncomfortable. Winter comes with drier air, which alongside cold breathing can make your therapy quite bothersome. In winter, about 40% of CPAP users have reported...READ More
The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Right CPAP Mask
The process of choosing your CPAP mask can be quite challenging and bothersome, especially if you don’t know what to look for in a mask. To make things easier for you, we’ve decided to show you all types of CPAP masks there are, as well as, how you can find the perfect one for you. There are three main CPAP mask types, including full face CPAP masks, nasal CPAP Masks,...READ More
Living with Sleep Apnea and CPAP
Every mammal in the world listens to their body regarding sleep while humans tend to delay their sleep on purpose. However, when people deal with untreated obstructive sleep apnea, the lack of sleep seems inevitable. So, we wanted to show you how living with sleep apnea and CPAP looks like, especially in people who have just been diagnosed with sleep apnea. Lifestyle Changes When diagnosed with this condition, you have...READ More
Obstructive Sleep Apnea: What Are the Signs?
Do you usually sleep alone because you snore and gasp for air every night and your partner cannot tolerate it? Do you wake up tired even after getting enough hours of sleep? If these are the issues you have to face, it might mean that you might have obstructive sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, is a common disorder in which the upper passages of the airway are closed...READ More