hurricane relief

hurricane relief
Trouble sleeping? How might our sleep community help you sleep better?
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

Our sleep community continues to expand! We now offer our new A.W.A.K.E. Facebook group, a monthly newsletter,
an updated sleep health app and research program (details forthcoming!), and a new webinar series.

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Giving Tuesday: Mia’s story reminds us… we need a cure for sleep apnea
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

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.

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“A.W.A.K.E. Angels” reconnect evacuated sleep apnea patients with their therapy
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • 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!
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • 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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Sleeptember Forum: Hurricane CPAP relief, mouth breathing, A.W.A.K.E. and more
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

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.

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CPAP Program to help Hurricane Harvey victims get needed therapy
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
  • Category: News

If you have been directly affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and need a replacement PAP device or mask, we will waive your $100 application fee for the device or your $25.00 application fee for a mask. For medical professionals connected to emergency clinics at medical centers and shelters in Texas: Please contact us directly about your needs; call us at 888-293-3650, or email us at manager@sleepapnea.org. We can bulk send PAP machines and masks directly to you for on-the-spot dissemination.

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