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The Struggle is Real
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

By Eugena Brooks Happy May! Spring is here, and summer is coming. If you are like me, you should be energized by the improving weather and excited to get the summer activities started. Speaking of which brings me to the point of this blog being about the first official event that kicks off the summer…

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You Were Just Prescribed A CPAP – What’s Next?
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

Let me start by saying sleep apnea is not so bad once you get a handle on it. In fact, addressing it is the beginning of improved health and enhancing of your quality of life.

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Give the Gift of Sleep this Holiday Season
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

The American Sleep Apnea Association strives to improve the lives of anyone suffering from sleep health issues. We oftentimes consider a sleep issue as simply a part of life but it certainly should not be that way, especially when ignoring these problems can have severe life-threatening consequences. One of the valuable ways the ASAA assists…

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Look here for great gift ideas for CPAP users
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

Sometimes the best gift you can give is the one that supports a loved one and their therapy.

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  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

It makes sense to consult a doctor if you struggle with long-term and ongoing problems with heartburn (more than once a week, worsening, or continuous over time). This is especially if you have experienced sleep problems (diagnosed or not) or any of the silent symptoms listed above. Acid reflux, for instance, could be the reason you have problems with insomnia.

In Case You Missed It: Webinar on Patient-Centered Design of CPAP Equipment
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  • Category: News

Learn about treatment for obstructive sleep apnea using CPAP equipment. This discussion focuses on CPAP mask fittings and machine usage, keeping the users in mind, in this recorded live sleep apnea webinar event sponsored by Fisher & Paykel, which features OSA research scientist Rebecca Thomson.

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“A.W.A.K.E. Angels” reconnect evacuated sleep apnea patients with their therapy
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  • Category: News

It takes a huge effort, relying on phone calls, texts, and social media, as well as the big hearts, spontaneous compassion, and the willingness of perfect strangers to unite for the common good, to make something like this happen. We thank each and every one of these AWAKE Angels for their part in this hurricane relief effort. We truly could not do any of this without their energy, vision, and support.

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Sleeptember Forum: Hurricane relief for CPAP users, second sleep studies, head colds and PAP therapy, more!
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  • Category: News, Uncategorized

These Top Ten recent topics from September feature concerns about head colds and CPAP, hurricane relief for CPAP users, having a second sleep study, and more.

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You’re invited! Live talk TONIGHT about treating sleep apnea, with clinical researcher Rebecca Thomson
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  • Category: News, SleepHealth App

Clinical research scientist Rebecca Thomson talks live about treating sleep apnea in this informative webinar sponsored by Fisher & Paykel. Dial in and log in options available, and the event is free to anyone who joins!

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You’re invited! Fisher & Paykel talks live THIS THURSDAY about treating sleep apnea
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  • Category: News, SleepHealth App

Clinical research scientist Rebecca Thomson talks live about treating sleep apnea in this informative webinar sponsored by Fisher & Paykel.

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