Sleep Apnea Diet: Do’s & Dont’s

Sleep Apnea Diet: Do’s & Dont’s

There are a multitude of effects that our daily lives have on sleep apnea. Exercise, smoking, drinking, and stress are just a few aspects of life that positively or negatively affect sleep apnea. Eating habits also have an enormous affect on sleep apnea. Eating the wrong foods day-in and day-out will create a deadly cycle of despair. Naturally, we all […]

7 Ways to CPAP Better in 2019

7 Ways to CPAP Better in 2019

Well here we are…2019! A new year brings new opportunities and new beginnings. Get your year started right…utilize the information within the following list and CPAP better in 2019! 1. Invest in a CPAP Sanitizer Maintaining clean CPAP supplies is a crucial aspect of your therapy. Dirty supplies can lead to ineffective treatment and/or sickness. An easy way to do […]

High Blood Pressure Improves from CPAP Therapy

High Blood Pressure Improves from CPAP Therapy

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a consequence of untreated sleep apnea. Blood pressure is an important aspect of the cardiovascular system. If that pressure is too high it can lead to numerous complications that are both scary and life threatening. CPAP therapy is a proven method of treating sleep apnea. Therefore, in a way CPAP is responsible for lowering […]

Commercial Drivers and Sleep Apnea

Commercial Drivers and Sleep Apnea

Did you know that truck drivers, and other commercial drivers, are a risk on US roadways when they do not adhere to obstructive sleep apnea treatment? This article discusses DOT regulations, how sleep apnea affects drivers and driving, some risk factors, and symptoms. Lastly, you can review some F.A.Q.’s. “An American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) survey of more than 800 […]

Exercise to Combat Sleep Apnea

Exercise to Combat Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea Exercise…Really? This article will discuss some exercises you can do to strengthen your respiratory muscles. First, ill explain a little about how the respiratory system works. Then, you will read through some tongue & jaw exercises, as well as breathing exercises that will help manage your sleep apnea symptoms.     What does an athlete do to get […]

Know your CPAP Equipment

October 21st was National Check your Meds Day…weird holiday, I know. However, there is some merit to the reasoning behind the idea. Millions of people take daily prescriptions, most of which are required for them to function properly. It is important to be educated about those medications: know what they are made of, the side effects the medicine causes, how […]