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Follow this CPAP therapy timeline to achieve success

For those starting continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy ( or other types of PAP therapy ) for the first time, there are lots of unknowns to consider. We try to take the fear of the unknown out of the process because we know that the better prepared and educated you are about your therapy, the more likely you will succeed in using it. And in doing so, you can conquer the risks and consequences associated with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Here is a handy timeline to give you an idea what the next few weeks will look like as you begin to use your CPAP machine. It also shows you our commitment to providing you support, 24-7, at the beginning and throughout the lifespan of your therapy. Let’s treat your OSA together!

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Will Sleep Apnea Cause Insomnia?

Everyone has trouble sleeping at some point in their life. A late-afternoon latte, an overly indulgent dinner or nerves about an upcoming work milestone can keep you up into the wee hours of the night. The next day may not be one of your best –- you might be irritable, exhausted and unfocused — but…

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What is a Split Night Sleep Study and why would I need one?

When you are scheduled to undergo a sleep study, you may not realize that there is more than one kind of sleep study. Aside from the home sleep apnea test (HSAT)which you may have already experienced there are three main in-lab, overnight sleep tests you might encounter. Many people start with an overnight or nocturnal…

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Sleep Apnea Raises Your Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death: Get the Facts

You may have heard of sleep apnea, but do you really know what it is? Far from a harmless sleep disorder that keeps you from a sound night’s rest, sleep apnea can lead to serious health complications, including sudden cardiac death. According to the American Sleep Apnea Association, 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea.…

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