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Sleeping properly is a fundamental element of good health and obstructive sleep apnea is preventing millions of people from getting the benefits of a good night’s sleep…

But it’s entirely treatable!

Sleep Apnea

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A recent study investigated the causal relationship between gut microbiota, associated metabolites, and sleep apnea. The results revealed both protective and harmful gut microbiota associated with sleep apnea risk, providing valuable insights for treatment strategies.

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FDA Warning for Philips DreamStation 2 CPAP Machines

The FDA has issued a warning for Philips DreamStation 2 CPAP machines overheating, with some incidents resulting in fire, smoke, sparks, and burns.

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Find out how I fixed common CPAP mask issues such as rash, discomfort, nasal congestion and air leaks disrupting my sleep.

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A man with tape over his mouth to stop snoring

Mouth taping for sleep apnea remains controversial and largely unproven, so I thought I'd try it out for a few days... here's what happened.

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A man with sleep apnea smoking a cigarette at a bar.

If you have sleep apnea, certain lifestyle factors and health conditions can make your symptoms worse. Learn what to avoid to prevent your sleep apnea from becoming more severe in this informative blog post.

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A man is sitting at his desk with his head resting on his laptop, displaying signs of ADHD or sleep problems.

Can sleep apnea make ADHD symptoms worse? Emerging research explores the link between breathing problems at night and ADHD.

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A man with brain fog sitting on a couch with his head in his hands.

Research reveals that obstructive sleep apnea can deprive the brain of oxygen and deep sleep, leading to impairments in memory, focus, and cognitive function known as brain fog - but studies show CPAP therapy may help reverse these effects.

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A woman snoring because of sleep apnea.

Untreated sleep apnea can have serious and even life-threatening consequences, including increased risk for high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and traffic accidents, so it's critical to get evaluated and treated if you suspect you suffer from this common sleep disorder.

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A man in bed with a CPAP mask on his face for sleep apnea.
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Sleep apnea tends to worsen as individuals age, leading to increased breathing interruptions during sleep.

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A man in a blue shirt is holding a device to address common CPAP issues.
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This article provides solutions to common CPAP machines issues such as mask discomfort, air leakage, dry mouth, difficulty adjusting to pressure, noise disturbance, skin irritation, claustrophobia, and inconsistent usage.

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