How To’s / Tips


How Much Do Sleep Studies Cost?

If you are reading this article, there is a good chance that you are concerned that you may have obstructive sleep apnea, but aren’t sure how to go about getting tested for the sleep disorder. There is also a high probability that you aren’t looking ...

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The Sleep Apnea Sufferer’s Ultimate Survival Guide

If you have been recently diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, you may be experiencing some acute stress over how to effectively battle your sleep disorder. There are, indeed, a lot of questions you may be asking yourself. How do I make CPAP therapy more comfortable? ...

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Whisper Quiet CPAPs and the Battle Against CPAP Noise

The world is already noisy enough, so the least we can hope for is a little silence when we hit the hay. Yet, this isn’t always the case, especially if you undergo CPAP treatment. Indeed, CPAP machines can be noisy as all get-out  – the ...

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5 Ways To Reduce CPAP Mask Irritation Issues

Just because your CPAP mask is making you look like an eighth grader at a homecoming dance, it doesn’t mean you should quit treatment altogether. In fact, CPAP treatment has literally been clinically proven to increase attractiveness. However, blemishes, sores, redness, rashes, and other nominally ...

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5 Good Reasons Not to Buy a CPAP from a Sleep Lab

Visiting a sleep specialist is an integral part of the battle against obstructive sleep apnea. A specialist – most likely at a sleep laboratory – will help diagnose you with the sleep disorder, discuss treatment options and prescribe CPAP treatment. The sleep lab may also ...

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Does Your Insurance Company Cover CPAP Treatment?

Health insurance is one of those things that could possibly wind up saving your life. If you have obstructive sleep apnea – a chronic and lifelong condition – having an insurance policy is imperative, because not only will you need a CPAP machine, you will ...

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Sleep Apnea and Pain: Coincidence or Not?

A common old proverb – most commonly attributed to athletic pursuits and doing things that are hard to do – proclaims that pain is temporary and glory is forever. But what if pain is forever and glory is that day you had five years ago when ...

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