The Sleep Blog

  • 5 Ways to Help Your Partner Succeed at CPAP

    So your bed partner has been diagnosed with sleep apnea and started CPAP Therapy. This will not only help your partner, it can also improve your health and relationship. In order for your partner to have the most success with therapy, they are going to need your support. These are some of the best ways … Read More »

  • 5 Reasons People Can’t Stay CPAP Compliant

    It can be difficult to integrate anything new into your sleeping routine. This is especially true for people with sleep apnea as they begin CPAP therapy. Like any prescribed regimen, CPAP will be useless to people if they are not compliant. There are a variety of reasons why patients struggle with compliance. But before we … Read More »

  • How to Raise Your CPAP Score

    Gone are the days of wondering why you did or didn’t get a restful night’s sleep! With brand new technology emerging to monitor sleep, people are taking their sleep into their own hands with wearable and non-wearable sleep trackers. Some of the most advanced ones are programmed into CPAP machines that connect to your smartphone. … Read More »

  • 6 Steps to a Better Sleep

    “Nah, I don’t need my coffee. I got my 8 hours of sleep.” –No Adult Ever. If you can relate to the above quote, you’re not alone. Most Americans don’t get enough sleep at night. Before you blow off a good night’s sleep, however, you might want to consider the health ramifications. According to the … Read More »

  • Put Down the Sponge, Pick Up The SoClean

    Dishwashers, Roombas and self-cleaning litter boxes all have one thing in common: they’re there to keep you from having to do chores you either don’t like or don’t have the time to perform. But did you know there’s also a product on the market that automatically cleans your CPAP machine and supplies? Today, we’d like … Read More »

  • Myths about Snoring

    Whether you find yourself unable to sleep because your sleeping partner snores so loudly it keeps you awake, or you’ve been told that you snore, snoring can seem like a minor annoyance. However, depending on the kind of snoring you are experiencing, it could be a sign of a more serious issue. It’s true that … Read More »

  • At Home or in the Lab: Different Sleep Tests

    Whether you’re experiencing symptoms like repeated daytime fatigue, snoring or waking up suddenly feeling short of breath, it’s probably time to stop ignoring the symptoms and face the possibility that you may be dealing with sleep apnea. Having sleep apnea is nothing to be ashamed of. It’s a sleeping disorder that impacts millions of Americans … Read More »