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Guide to Sleep Apnea

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Your sleep apnea is a serious condition—you know that. But if your doctor prescribed a CPAP machine—a nighttime face mask connected by tubes to an air pump—you almost certainly hate wearing it, even though it can keep you from suffocating while you sleep. CPAP masks tend to be noisy, clunky and uncomfortable.

We understand—and we can help.

The experts in our Bottom Line Guide to Dealing with Sleep Apnea tell you what you need to know about this serious (life-threatening!) sleep disorder. You’ll learn the best ways to manage your sleep apnea, including surprising information about CPAP and some unusual but effective alternatives. For instance, check out what you can do to your feet and legs during the day that will help you breathe better at night…a dangerous type of apnea that can’t be seen or heard…the shocking thing that happens to your brain if you don’t treat sleep apnea…a happy bonus when you do treat apnea…and two musical (and fun!) ways to reduce snoring.

Read below for how you can sleep comfortably and stay healthy if you have sleep apnea.

It’s More Than Just Snoring

Sleep Apnea: Killing You While You Sleep

Hidden Brain Dangers of Sleep Apnea…Especially for Women

Don’t Let Central Sleep Apnea Silently Suffocate You

What Yawning Could Really Mean

The (Embarrassing) Sleep Apnea Symptom No Woman Should Ignore

Surprising Ways to Improve Your Hearing

You Could Be a Sleepwalker and Not Know It

Appreciate Your CPAP

CPAP Heals Brain Damage Caused by Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea Patients: Get Better-Looking with CPAP

Don’t Fall For This Sleep Apnea Trap

Sleep Apnea Treatment Reduces PTSD Nightmares

Creative Solutions

Oral Appliance for Sleep Apnea Is a Low-Tech Lifesaver

The New Anti-Snoring Workout

Compression Stockings During Day Reduce Sleep Apnea at Night

An Implantable Alternative to CPAP for Sleep Apnea

How to Cure Snoring with a Song

New Solution for an Old Sleep Problem

Quick Treatment for Sleep Apnea

Change your Sleep Position to Relieve Pain, Heartburn, Snoring and More

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