Proven Alternatives to PAP therapy for you Looking for CPAP alternatives? You’re not alone. We’re here to help you investigate your options. So, grab a pen and paper or cue up a new computer document file and let’s go. Here is a list of twenty-plus alternatives to CPAP and in no particular order: […] The post Proven Alternatives to CPAP therapy for you appeared first on CPAP Clinic - Snoring Solutions & Sleep Apnea Blog.
Snoring during pregnancy is a common issue. Thousands of pregnant women around the world complain that they have started snoring right after 2-3 months of conceiving though they never snored before. It is estimated that 1 in every 4 pregnant women around the world snore. This may cause a major […] The post What to do About Snoring During Pregnancy? appeared first on Asonor.
There are dozens if not hundreds of products available on the market that claim they can help you stop snoring. Finding the right device or product to help you get a good night’s sleep can be a process of trial and error, and it often takes trying several different products to find the one that will work best for you. Most anti-snoring products work to adjust the position of the jaw and mouth as the user sleeps. For example, the SnoreRx customizable anti-snoring mouthpiece works to advance the jaw in the mouth as you sleep, which keeps the jaw from malposition and stops the user snoring. Other common anti-snoring products include mouth guards, chin straps, and pillows. While devices placed in the mouth work well for many people, they are somewhat invasive, require intense cleaning, and may
Snoring is recognized as a noisy breathing that happens during sleep. This is viewed as a common problem amongst people of all ages and it affects people of both the genders. People snore every night or occasionally. People who are males and overweight are at a high risk of this […] The post What are the Best Remedies to Stop Snoring? appeared first on Asonor.
What is an APAP Machine? APAP stands for Automatic Positive Airway Pressure and the machine is similar to a CPAP machine. APAP machines are a non-invasive treatment for obstructive Sleep Apnea that deliver pressurized air through a mask within an appropriate high- to low-pressure range determined by your physician. APAP machines disperse air at a range of pressures and constantly adjust as needed. APAP has a sensitive algorithm technology that allows the machine to detect how much inhalation pressure you need with each breath. The breath-by-breath adjustments allow for maximum comfort and better sleep. APAP vs CPAP: How Are They Different? Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP therapy) has been the long-standing leader in Sleep Apnea treatment. These machines deliver a continuous, ste...
When we think about the typical sleep apnea patient, we often picture a heavyset man over forty years old with a thick neck and an earth-rattling snore. And while this image often does fit the profile of a sleep apnea patient, it by no means represents a complete picture of the demographic of sleep apnea sufferers. Contrary to popular belief, sleep apnea patients come in all shapes, sizes, races, genders, and can even have symptoms atypical of those common for sleep apnea. For instance, not all sleep apnea sufferers snore, many are not obese or even overweight, and not all of them are male. Here we discuss the prevalence of sleep apnea in women and why they are often an under-diagnosed and under-served population suffering from this sleep disorder.
I have been successfully using CPAP therapy for about 6 1/2 yrs now since mild-moderate OSA diagnosis as a 52 yr old male. Its funny, my sleep apnea doc
Smartphone apps are one way to monitor and stop snoring for good. After all, many people sleep with their phone next to them on a table, and the technology involved in the apps is more powerful than ever. Knowing more about what times you snore, what point you are at in the sleep cycle, the […] The post Three Popular Snore Apps that Work appeared first on SnoreNation.com.
Sleep is the body’s time to repair itself and reenergize for the next day. For many people, getting a good night’s sleep is assumed. However, according to the American Sleep Association, 50-70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder and these millions of people often feel alone in their struggle. Bringing more awareness to conditions like Sleep Apnea can shine a light on a condition that’s too often left in the dark. Why is Sleep Apnea Awareness Important? Sleep Apnea awareness is important because when the public is informed about the condition, they are more likely to identify sleep conditions in themselves and others and, as a result, seek treatment sooner. Sleep Apnea awareness should include educating participants about why healthy sleeping habits are important, what symptoms
Hi, just want to let you all know I was able to go from a diagnosis of moderate sleep apnea (26 incidents/hour) 2 years ago to mild (9 incidents) currently.