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The Biggest Turn-Off While You're Sleeping Could be Deadly!

Everybody knows snoring is probably the biggest turn-off in the bedroom. Being kept awake at night by someone who is blissfully unaware of the torture he or she is imposing is neither fun nor sexy. Obviously, however, it's not a total deal-breaker, because many snorers are still married. That means there are a lot of long-suffering mates out there whose love trumps personal comfort. According to a recent survey from the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), 83 percent of the 1,009 people surveyed by telephone said they had a snoring bed partner.

Good News for CPAP Users in Mexico!

Millions of adults and children suffer from respiratory ailments. Sleep apnea is becoming epidemic!

Increased awareness is leading to increased sleep apnea diagnoses. Now thousands of people are going to bed at night with the “hose to the nose” – and waking up with strap marks, welts on their faces and skin irritations from CPAP straps. Being diagnosed with sleep apnea can be traumatic, scary and downright depressing. So after the shock wears off, the realities of an unavoidable change of lifestyle set in.

Five Heart Problems Caused by Sleep Apnea

Did you know that sleep apnea can cause five - five - kinds of heart problems? 
The wild card is the fact that as many as 26 percent of North Americans may have mild to severe sleep apnea, and only about 10 percent are aware that they have it.
That means that as many as 75 million people have a condition many have never even thought about.  Sleep apnea causes snoring, daytime sleepiness, headache, and poor concentration – and can lead to potentially deadly cardiac issues.
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Finally Getting the Word Out!

It's taken some time to get the word out, but CPAP wearers who struggle with strap marks from their CPAP devices are increasingly discovering the Face Cozy air mask face shield. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, sleep apnea sufferers are finding that their CPAP devices don't have to leave unsightly strap marks. Mornings can be great after sleeping so much better with CPAP therapy – and having no strap marks to ruin the benefit! It still amazes me that the little mask I designed to solve my own issues with strap marks is helping so many people. I love it!!

The connection between sleep apnea and sleep disorders and Vitamin D deficiency

Trouble sleeping? This is an amazing lecture by Stasha Gominak, MD, neurologist, on Vitamin D and sleep-related issues. While I disagree with her understanding about the origins of life, her contribution to our understanding of the connection between sleep apnea and sleep disorders and Vitamin D deficiency is remarkable.
https://youtu.be/O6ZVtf4suh0

CPAP Therapy Blues

Bummed about having to wear a CPAP therapy mask?

So was I. When I first saw what the doctors expected me to wear at night to address my sleep apnea issue, I was shocked! I couldn't believe it! I felt like I was being robbed of every ounce of glamour I'd ever imagined myself to have. Ugly medical devices were for other people - not for me! 

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