Monthly Archives: November 2013


CPAP Study: CPAP Treatment Can Increase Lifespan

“And death shall have no dominion,” wrote the poet Dylan Thomas on the notion of immortality. While the idea of immortality is an interesting one – and perhaps a farfetched one – the least we can do is try to live longer. However, with people ...

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Top 10 Professional Athletes With Sleep Apnea

I know what you’re thinking, how can this be? He has what? Who? Lets face it you’re not alone. Sure, you’ve probably heard the stats by now: 18 million Americans have been diagnosed with Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and still an unknown percentage of the ...

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The Link Between Type 2 Diabetes and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

The relationship between type 2 diabetes and obstructive sleep apnea may be perceived as one of those “what came first, the chicken or the egg?” philosophical quandaries, but it seems like they are more one and the same than anything else. It is estimated that ...

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CPAP Eases Daytime Hypertension Even When Drugs Don’t

The most anyone really hears about blood pressure is when their grandmother remarks that anything mildly frustrating, like the Internet and the government and salty foods and grandpa and the nightly news, gives her “high blood pressure”. But what is high blood pressure and why ...

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Tired of Paying Too Much for CPAP Products?

CPAP Users: Stop Choosing – Get Savings AND Service For CPAP users, there has always been a choice between the convenience of ordering on the Internet or the potential cost savings of working through a local provider that will bill their insurance carrier.  That has ...

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CPAP Study: CPAP Exposure Therapy Improves Compliance

Exposure therapy was developed right around the end of World War II, which was a perfect time, because millions of soldiers were coming back from Asia and Europe tortured by the war. Exposure therapy – in its essence – carries some of Pavlov’s principles: that overtime ...

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CPAP Study: CPAP Reduces Nightmares in Veterans

In World War I – the war to end all wars – soldiers exhibited a psychological response that few doctors and psychologists had ever seen. The term they used was “shell shock,” which was classified as an extreme response to the constant bombardment of shells ...

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