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Opus 360 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask – Cleaning

February 28th, 2011 — Opus 360 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask – Cleaning

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Herbst Appliance in early treatment

February 28th, 2011

Herbst Appliance is used to correct overjet. It may be used when primary teeth are present.

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Sleep Apnea & CPAP Information Session Part 4

February 28th, 2011

HomecareMedicalLtd, Apnea, experience, CPAP, OSA, Obstructive, Continuous, Positive, Airway, PressureSleep Apnea & CPAP Information Session Part 4

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sleep apnea cure

February 28th, 2011 offers sleep apnea cure information for those who are searching for how to stop snoring info on the web.

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What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea – Michael Papsidero, MD

February 28th, 2011

Collapse of tissues in the back of the throat, blocks airway, and causes obstruction during sleep…

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Does anyone have problems with the mask with CPAP for sleep apnea?

February 28th, 2011

My grandfather is finding it hard to breathe while wearing the mask that is on his CPAP machine. He has a mask and just the tube for the nose but both make him feel like he’s having a hard time breathing, and he’s worried about wearing it at night.

That usually happens for the first few weeks after getting the machine. After awhile he will get used to it. If not, then he should see a doctor because maybe the mask is not sized properly.

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Does anyone know a good alternative for my sleep apnea CPAP?

February 28th, 2011

I am very uncomfortable at night because of my CPAP.

My husband had sleep apnea for several years, and he went through several different sleep apnea treatments before we discovered a website that explained exactly causes sleep apnea. After more research, we found an herbal apnea remedy that helped him breath regularly all night. It was great for my husband to be able to sleep without a mask again. The following site explains exactly the reason for sleep apnea and how this capsule of herbs can stop the apnea.

When he first started using this, I was not sure how well this remedy was going to work, but it proved to work much better than I had imagined it would. Everyone noticed a positive difference in my husband’s mood and concentration within days. I have friends who have sleep apnea as well and I told them about this herbal apnea remedy, and after doing some of thier own research, they also tried these herbs. It worked better than anything else that they had tried.

With this capsule, you should be able to stop using your CPAP. This isn’t some kind of “miracle drug” that works overnight. It takes a few nights depending upon how severe your apnea condition.

Overall this has worked well for my husband and friends. If you are suffering from sleep apnea and would like to sleep better at night, click below for more information about this herbal capsule. I hope this helps! 🙂

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Medical treatment for my snorring and sleep apnea in Singapore. Would it cost me a lot of money ?

February 28th, 2011

My problem arises 8 years ago, I seen many doctors in the Philippines but none of them could cure my snorring and sleep apnea. I have heard about doctors in Singapore that could cure such snorring, but I don;t know how much will it cost me. Is it expensive. Any body there who knows how much is the cost of medical treatment specifically snorring and sleep apnea in singapore?

no but a cure is always better then a treatment – check out their patients and make sure what they do works – also call their office talk to billing and get some quotes.

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Is there any prescribed sleeping medication that can be used if you have obstructive sleep apnea?

February 28th, 2011

I use bi-pap, but am still unable to sleep. I thought I read somewhere that there is a prescription sleeping pill that is safe for peopel with obstuctive sleep apnea to use.

Yes, there are prescription sleeping pills that are safe for people with OSA. If you have worries b/c you feel that if you sleep too hard that you might have an apnea and not wake yourself up as long as you are using your bi-pap, theres no worry. Sleep well tonight, live well tomorrow. See your sleep doctor or regular. There is many different kinds of sleep aids as well.

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Does anyone have CENTRAL Sleep Apnea?

February 28th, 2011

I was just diagnosed with Central Sleep Apnea and my doc says that i’m the only one in his practice that he has had to treat with this condition. It’s kinda freakin’ me out, i was just prescribed oxygen while i sleep and i’m still really young. i just want to know how rare this is and what types of other people have it. any info anyone has on this would be greatly appreciated! :o)

My husband and I just went to Pulmonologist yesterday and he was diagnosed with the same thing. He’s 55 and has smoked for 40 years. He has COPD. Central is more serious, yes…but the special C-Pap machine will solve the problem IF you use it. You’ll feel better and get the rest you need. Don’t be afraid. Educate yourself. This is a good thing that is is now diagnosed.

“Central sleep apnea is a disorder in which your breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep due to lack of respiratory effort. Unlike obstructive sleep apnea, in which you can’t breathe normally because of upper airway obstruction, central sleep apnea occurs when your brain doesn’t send proper signals to the muscles that control your breathing. Central sleep apnea is less common, accounting for less than 5 percent of sleep apneas.

Central sleep apnea may occur as a result of other conditions, such as heart failure and stroke. Sleeping at a high altitude also may cause central sleep apnea.

Treatments for central sleep apnea may involve using a device to keep your upper airway open or using supplemental oxygen.” Above ALL advice from us out here….CALL YOUR DOCTOR, and make sure they keep you educated.

Good luck…..It will be all okay…..

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