Sleep Apnea

  • Hypersomnia

    How Does Hypersomnia Relate to Sleep Apnea?

    Hypersomnia is a serious sleep condition that, if left untreated, may contribute to poor physical and mental health. Fortunately, it is diagnosable and treatable. It’s important to note that although hypersomnia and sleep apnea may overlap with certain characteristics, they are not the same. Here’s everything you need to know about the relation between the … Read More »

  • Sleep Apnea

    Sleep Apnea Myths Debunked

    What have you heard about sleep apnea? Misconceptions about sleep apnea can be dangerous if it stops individuals from seeking treatment. It’s time to tackle these most common myths and promote healthy sleep! MYTH: If you snore, you probably have sleep apnea. TRUTH: This is one of the biggest misconceptions about sleep apnea. While snoring … Read More »

  • woman-using-cpap-machine

    What CPAP Machine Should I Choose?

    Making sure you have the right CPAP machine is essential to treatment compliance and overall sleep quality. With there being over 22 million people in need of a CPAP device, there are many different choices available depending on personal preference and comfort. In order to make the right decision for yourself, it helps to know … Read More »

  • Sleep Test

    Is an In-Center or At-Home Sleep Test for You?

    Whether it was your doctor, significant other, friend or yourself that suggested you may have a sleeping disorder, you have made the decision to have a sleep test performed and you won’t regret it. This is a significant step in taking control of your health and happiness. Sleep disorders are a growing epidemic and impact … Read More »

  • Sleep Test

    Why You Should Do a Sleep Test: At Home or In-Center

    Many who suspect they have sleep apnea don’t seek treatment due to common misconceptions about what a diagnoses entails. With either choice, it is a simple test. It records your pulse, breathing, movement and oxygen levels. The two different tests a person can choose from are either an at home test or an in-center test. … Read More »