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Posts With Category: ‘CPAP’

Are There Alternatives to Using the CPAP Machine For Those with Sleep Apnea?

Man with Sleep Apnea and CPAP
August 21st, 2018

If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you probably know that using your CPAP machine is very important. Many patients, however, have trouble using CPAP, so they don’t use it every night or stop using it completely. If that’s the case, it’s important to talk to your doctor about a CPAP alternative to ensure you […]

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What is CPAP Used for?

man sleeping in bed with CPAP mask
July 7th, 2017

Most people who are diagnosed with sleep apnea, a common sleep disorder, will be asked to try a CPAP machine. Before using the machine, it helps to know what to expect, what issues you may experience, and what you should do if they occur. In this blog, the board-certified sleep experts at eos sleep share […]

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Next Steps Once CPAP has Failed

woman adjusting CPAP mask
April 14th, 2017

CPAP – a continuous positive airway pressure machine – is often the first suggested form of treatment for sleep apnea. This sleep disorder causes your airway to become partially obstructed, and CPAP can often help keep this from happening so you can breathe more easily. In some cases, however, CPAP treatment fails. In this blog, […]

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What is a CPAP Machine?

man wearing cpap machine
February 3rd, 2017

If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, a common yet potentially dangerous sleep disorder, chances are that your doctor may have recommended that you use a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine. In this blog, the board-certified doctors at eos sleep will explain what a CPAP machine is used for, as well as its benefits […]

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Snoring and Sleep Apnea Treatments

stop snoring and sleep apnea sign
December 19th, 2016

It’s no surprise that snoring is to blame for not getting enough sleep at night, but it can also signal sleep apnea. For some, snoring is just an annoyance, but for many, it’s a sign of a serious medical condition known as sleep apnea. Those who suffer from sleep apnea experience pauses in breathing throughout […]

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