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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 […]

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 […]

Are You Tweeting When You Should Be Snoozing?

For many of us, social media is a distraction that can be very hard to pry ourselves away from, even when we’re supposed to be sleeping. And if you’re finding that your long winter’s nap is made shorter by Facebook or Instagram, you’re not alone. According to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, social […]

Vitamin D Likely Has no Link to Sleep Apnea

Some people have postulated that sleep apnea is linked to a vitamin D deficiency. This explanation has many positive aspects, especially because it gives an easy, convenient alternative to CPAP. All you have to do is take a vitamin supplement to reduce your sleep apnea.

Unfortunately, new research shows that there is […]

New Study Looks at the Secrets of Human’s Efficient Sleep

Have you ever tried to count just how much time your cat spends sleeping each day? It’s about 12 to 16 hours. Dogs might not seem as lazy, but most dog breeds sleep about 14 hours a day, and some sleep up to 18 hours a day. Compare that to the seven or eight hours […]

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