woman wants husband to find a sleep apnea cure


Jan, 2016

Finding A Sleep Apnea Cure Without the Mask

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Sleep apnea treatments were once limited to a handful of options that fell at different extremes. On one end of the spectrum was continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), the primary non-surgical treatment. On the other end, there was surgery – an option considered if CPAP was ineffective or not tolerated. For many, CPAP remains the primary mode of treatment. While it may be an effective treatment for some, others are…

woman happy with new treatments for sleep apnea


Nov, 2015

New Treatments for Sleep Apnea: Base of Tongue Reduction Procedure

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Obstructive sleep apnea is a serious disorder. For many years, patients suffering from this condition had limited treatment options. One of these treatments, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), was and continues to be the initial therapy prescribed in many cases. While effective if used as directed, CPAP requires a patient to wear the mask every night. For many people, this creates a problem, as compliance can be a challenge. This means that non-compliant patients are subject to…

happy woman after home sleep study in Atlanta


Aug, 2015

Get Tested for Sleep Apnea with Simple Home Sleep Study in Atlanta

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To many, the phrase “sleep study” might bring to mind the image of a person hooked up to wires, laying in an uncomfortable bed at a medical facility while being observed by a doctor or lab technician. Up until recently, this less-than-cozy picture was not far from the truth. Not surprisingly, this option for sleep apnea testing was off-putting to a lot of people, leading them to avoid getting tested,…

woman with husband showing signs of sleep apnea


Jun, 2015

Snoring Problem? You May be at Risk for Sleep Apnea

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Do you snore? Does your spouse or partner complain about it? You’re not alone. In fact, 25% of American adults are habitual snorers, making it a problem that affects millions of people each night. However, what many aren't aware of is that chronic snoring can be more than just a nuisance. In some cases, it can actually threaten your life.   How Snoring Can Be Dangerous Not all snoring is dangerous,…


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