What Is CPAP?
CPAP is a device commonly used as a treatment option for people who experience breathing problems. The most notably breathing problem is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
Sleep Apnea Kills
Sleep Apnea Can Lead To Serious Complications
Sleep apnea disrupts more than just your good night’s sleep. Over time, Sleep Apnea becomes a risk factor for heart attack, stroke, diabetes and other serious conditions.
Symptoms of Sleep Apnea:
- Sleepy During The Day
- Morning Headaches
- Poor Concentration
- Irritable, Depressed
- Wake Up Frequently To Urinate
- Morning Dry Mouth
* Symptoms Listed by The National Institute of Health
How Do You Alleviate Sleep Apnea?
You can alleviate Sleep Apnea with a CPAP Machine. The easy to use CPAP Machine helps alleviate Sleep Apnea.
How Much Does The CPAP Machine Cost?
The CPAP Machine Maybe of Little or No Cost to You.
MY CPAP MACHINE STORY
After my doctor reviewed my sleep study he suggested the CPAP Machine to help with my sleep apnea.
I breathe heavy and sometimes snore when I sleep. I know my the description of my nightly snores does not sound attractive but either does the thought of wearing a breathing CPAP mask when I sleep. The layers of life seem to easily overwhelm me and my vanity, limited energy stop me from trying the CPAP.
However, as I write this post I realize it is the story of the chicken or the egg. If I used a CPAP Machine to it may offer me a better quality of sleep and improve the quality of my day to day life. I think it is time for me to lose another layer of vanity.
If you have tried the CPAP Machine or you use the CPAP Machines please let me know if the CPAP Therapy helps you. Please email me at Lisa@HypoGal.com
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