Using a CPAP device may be frustrating to some as they get used to it, but it’s important that you stick with it. The treatment is essential to avoiding complications of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), such as heart problems, high blood pressure, diabetes and also excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS).
A cure for sleep apnea begins with awareness. Parents and caregivers who are educated about the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea in children can do a lot to eliminate the condition before it becomes a lifelong problem.
These Top Ten recent topics since last June feature concerns about relocating CPAP in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, ear loop masks for mouth breathers, news from the Maryland A.W.A.K.E. group, sleep apnea versus narcolepsy, slow CPAP results, and more.
These Top Ten recent topics since last June feature concerns about sleep studies, CPAP mask usage, understanding the relationship between ADHD and sleep, dealing with hypersomnia, traveling with CPAP, and more.
There’s a lot of great information to read, engage with, and learn from over at the Sleeptember® Sleep Health Forum. Check out these Top Ten recent topics from the last month, featuring children with sleep apnea, napping, Netflix, COPD, and more:
There’s a lot of chatter happening over at the Sleeptember® Sleep Health Forum. Check out these Top Ten topics currently abuzz among members, featuring sleep apnea, snoring, diabetes, CPAP masks, and more: