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  • The Link Between Air Pollution and Sleep Apnoea

    "Traffic Jam" by Alexander Grishin from Pixabay Those who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are likely already aware that this condition can be dramatically improved with the use of a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine as well as by making some basic lifestyle adjustments. Eating a healthy diet, exercising and losing a bit of weight can all produce... Read More

  • The Link Between Sleep Apnoea and Erectile Dysfunction

    The Link Between Sleep Apnoea and Erectile Dysfunction You might consider obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) and erectile dysfunction (ED) as two completely different situations with no shared relationship. However, this might not necessarily be the case. Many studies have shown that men who suffer from chronic bouts of obstructive sleep apnoea may be at a higher risk of developing erectile... Read More

  • The Link Between Sleep Apnoea and Heart Disease

    The Link Between Sleep Apnoea and Heart Disease Sleep apnoea is a debilitating disorder with a risk of serious health consequences if left untreated. Yet it is estimated 85% of those with the disorder are unaware it is the reason for their nights of interrupted sleep and fatigue. The most common form of the disorder is obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA... Read More

  • Happy Valentines Day!

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  • Is it a Good Idea to Take a Break from CPAP Treatments?

    Is-it-a-Good-Idea-to-Take-a-Break-from-CPAP-Treatments Anyone who has been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is already aware of the benefits associated with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines. These devices are designed to maintain a greater amount of pressure within one's airway, reducing the chances that breathing issues will occur during the overnight hours. Over time, the use of the CPAP machine can... Read More

  • Still Not Feeling Better Despite Using CPAP?

    Still Not Feeling Better Despite Using CPAP Once you start using your CPAP device, you expect to start feeling the effects right away. The pressurized air should give you a good nights of sleep once again, reducing your risk of the symptoms linked to the disorder, as well as reducing the risk of the serious health problems sleep apnoea can... Read More

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