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What Patients Say about Dental Device for Sleep Apnea

Tired of masks, tubes and sleeping uncomfortably attached to a machine? If you’re looking for an alternative to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, you may want to consider the FDA approved treatment available from SomnoMed. SomnodDent, a type of continuous open airway therapy (COAT), is an oral device worn in the mouth during sleep […]

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Medicare & CPAP: A Match NOT Made in Heaven

If you have obstructive sleep apnea, you know how difficult it is to find a treatment that works. But, imagine jumping through hoops just to secure that treatment? That’s the dilemma facing millions of Americans with Medicare, one of the largest health insurance providers in the country. Medicare serves more than 52 million customers, many […]

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Home for the Holidays a No-Go Due to Sleep Apnea? Maybe It Doesn’t Have to Be

Imagine sitting down to a delicious meal with your loved ones this holiday season. The candles are lit, the wine is poured and the smell of homemade pumpkin pie permeates the air. You smile as you look around the table. This is what the holidays are all about — being with the ones you love. […]

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Cold & Flu Season Approaches – Will Your CPAP Make You Sick?

Cold and flu season presents an extra set of concerns if you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). You are more likely to catch colds and other respiratory illnesses such as the flu. Why? Partly because good quality sleep keeps your immune system strong, reducing the risk of illness and enabling a faster recovery when […]

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Sleep Partners Suffer Too!

A sleep study in the Netherlands revealed that a shocking 78% of sleep apnea sufferers were unaware of their condition. The study was conducted by surveying 4,206 people during their sleep. This study was the first study to test for sleep apnea on such a large group. After reporting to the 6.4% who were found to […]

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Alternative Treatment for Sleep Apnea: Playing Didgeridoo

Ok, so it is official.  I am a CPAP failure.  I gave it my best effort, but I just couldn’t do it. The first night I used the machine, I got in 4 hours before the noise woke me up and I couldn’t fall asleep again.  Despite that, I felt great the next day…this sent […]

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