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Sleep Diagnostics & CPAP

There is an average of 84 different sleep disorders. Of these 84 many can be treated to help guarantee quality sleep. Sleep is vital to our life; it can affect all aspects of our lives as well as not giving us enough energy throughout the day.

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common category of sleep- disorders. It is a condition in which a person has episodes of blocked breathing during sleep. It happens more often in people who are overweight, but it can affect anyone.

There are many products to help the quality of your sleep. An at-home sleep study is one of the best ways to provide reliable data in a realistic setting. The results are interpreted by a physician and can help diagnose the problem more accurately.

How is the sleep study experience?
It is easier than some may think, with new technology, an at home sleep study is easier and more accurate than ever!
View this ApneaLink Plus device video from Resmed and YouTube.com:

The CPAP is a useful tool that can positively affect someone with sleep apnea. It uses compressed air to keep the air passage open so breathing continues normally. The benefits of a CPAP can ultimately outweigh any initial discomfort. Working with the respiratory therapist can solve any problems you may have in the beginning and throughout your CPAP experience.