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How Can Snoring Be Completely Stopped?

How Can Snoring Be Completely Stopped?

More than fifty percent of American adults snore while sleeping. Snoring happens when air enters the throat during sleep breathing. During sleep, your throat begins to vibrate as air rushes past it, causing you to snore. Some individuals can wake themselves up with their loud snoring. Your partner's sleep may be disturbed if you snore too loudly. Snoring is a sign that you may be experiencing more serious health issues. If it is a one-time occurrence, it may be a mild side effect of sleeping on your back or having a hangover. Some possible health problems include: Insomnia Insomnia Sleep...

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Do I Suffer From a Sleep Disorder?

Do I Suffer From a Sleep Disorder?

You might have to observe and analyze your sleeping habits if you’ve tried everything to make sleep a priority and you still feel tired during the day. Do you need to sleep for a longer time, or do you suffer from a sleep disorder? Around 60 million Americans suffer from a sleeping disorder that disturbs their sleep patterns.  TYPES OF SLEEP DISORDERS Sleep disorders can be any one of 80 different types. But the most common sleep disorders are: 1. Insomnia2. Narcolepsy3. Sleep Apnea4. Restless Leg Syndrome Let’s take a detailed look into each one of these sleep disorders. DO...

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Use My CPAP Everyday & Yet, I'm Still Tired. Why?

Use My CPAP Everyday & Yet, I'm Still Tired. Why?

Using a CPAP Machine No person is used to wearing a CPAP mask during their sleep albeit the condition they may or may not have. Initially, it can be difficult to understand which wires go where and how each setting makes a difference.

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How To Wear A CPAP Mask The Right Way

How To Wear A CPAP Mask The Right Way

Over the years, with the fast pace of technological advancements, CPAP machines evolved into becoming more intuitive and portable. Initially, CPAP masks were created for each individual from fiberglass using plaster molds and then attached to the face of the patient using silicone adhesives. While the fit wasn’t the issue in older variations, they were cumbersome, to say the least.  Obviously today the ordeal is much more merciful as CPAP machines are no longer as heavy, difficult to carry, and cumbersome to use.

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