Monthly Archives: October 2014

Solutions to Common CPAP Mask Complaints

Though manufacturers work diligently to develop masks which offer both excellent performance and high comfort levels, CPAP therapy patients often encounter problems related to the functionality or general feel of their mask. Complaints about masks come in many subtle variations, … Continue reading

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Could Tongue Fatness Contribute to OSA?

A recent study suggests that the fat content of one’s tongue may be a contributing factor in the development of obstructive sleep apnea (or OSA). The study, which was published on October 1 in the journal Sleep, involved 180 obese … Continue reading

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