CPAP Alternatives

The Challenges of International Travel with CPAP

One of the complaints people have about their CPAP machines is how inconvenient they are for travel. If you are considering international travel with your CPAP machine, here are some of the issues to be aware of.

Getting It on the Plane: TSA Recommendations

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recommends against putting your CPAP machine […]

CPAP Can Make Sleeping Problems Worse

Although CPAP is supposed to help you get better sleep by treating your sleep apnea, it doesn’t always work. In fact, many people, especially those with mild sleep apnea, often experience significantly worse sleep after they start using CPAP.

Why CPAP Can Make Sleeping Worse

Although CPAP can be a very effective treatment […]

Sleep Apnea Treatment Helps At-Risk Patients

Sleep apnea can increase your risk of ending up in the hospital for heart problems, diabetes complications, and even cancer. But once you’re there, it remains a danger and can increase your risk of serious complications.

Fortunately, according to a new study, sleep apnea treatment can […]

Truckers Surveyed about Sleep Apnea

Regulations about sleep apnea treatment for truck drivers seem inevitable at this point, but there is still space for truckers to shape the nature of those regulations. To help design regulations that are trucker-friendly while still promoting public health, the American Trucking Research Institute (ATRI) has designed a survey to determine how […]

Will Web Peer Support Improve CPAP Adherence?

We know that CPAP is considered the best sleep apnea treatment, but it’s also the worst: because many people don’t use it. The biggest question in CPAP is: how can we get people to use their machines? Maybe the secret is web-based peer support.

A new $2.5 million study by the […]

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