CPAP

DON’T LOSE ANOTHER NIGHT’S SLEEP

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Sleeping and resting in our bedrooms is usually a relaxing activity. It turns dangerous when you or your partner are no longer able to get a good night’s rest. You probably know that snoring upsets sleeps patterns and can keep you and your bed partner awake. DANGER! You are probably aware that severe sleep apnea is associated with significant health risks. Untreated sleep apnea can even lead to early death.

If you have been diagnosed with Sleep Apnea and are looking for information about the condition or equipment.

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Company : Greenwell Healthcare

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How CPAP can help ?

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Whether you’re new to CPAP or have had sleep apnea for years, you’ll notice that therapy makes you significantly more alert throughout the day. Sleep apnea itself is characterized by profound fatigue and a frustrating inability to focus or maintain coherence. The lack of sleep brought on by sleep apnea simply kills any energy or creative flow that you might otherwise have enjoyed. With compliant CPAP therapy, you’re back to feeling like yourself.

Contact : 9620304059

Company : Greenwell Healthcare

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I snore a lot: what are the chances I have sleep apnea?

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It’s really tough to tell without a sleep study. Everybody snores to some extent, but sleep apnea is a specific, chronic condition where the snoring is both very loud and very frequent. It’s never a bad idea to speak with your physician about sleep apnea, or to take a sleep test, if you’re concerned. If you have friends and family that frequently tell you that you snore loudly — if you wake people with your snoring, or can be heard from another room, or if you’re choking at night — then particularly encourage you to seek medical attention.

Contact : 9620304059

Company : Greenwell Healthcare

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Why Home Sleep Tests ?

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Home sleep lab tests are economical [Fixed fees Rs. 5,850/*] and are conducted with short notice and at home. The results will give various parameters like snoring frequency, effects of snore on the patient etc. The results of Home sleep tests will give definite result as to whether the patient is suffering from OSA [Obstructive Sleep Apnea] or not. For almost 95% of the Patients, Home sleep tests are sufficient. After seeing the test results, the Sleep Medicine Doctor can take a decision as to whether further tests are required or not.

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Sleep therapy is oftentimes prescribed by a physician for the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). The most common form of therapy is the use of a CPAP machine, in order to assist patients during sleep. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) increases pressure in the airway and helps to keep the airway open while the patient slumbers.

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Company : Greenwell Healthcare

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea(OSA)

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea(OSA) is the most common form of Sleep Apnea and occurs when the muscles and tissues in the throat and air passage relax while sleeping, and this impedes the flow of air into the lungs due to a blockage of the airway. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is more common than most people realize . If left untreated, OSA has been connected to varies chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and even Alzheimer’s. OSA has also been directly linked to fatalities by stroke, heart attack and traffic accidents. If OSA is diagnosed through sleep testing, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is most commonly prescribed.

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About CPAP

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The most popular treatment for sleep apnea is Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy, and this is applied through devices called CPAP masks. These machines provide continuous air pressure to the nostrils in order to avoid what are called apneas — interruptions in sleep that cause a person to stop breathing.CPAP(Continuous positive airway pressure) machines use mild air pressure to open up the airway in your throat, which makes breathing much easier for the body. CPAP masks are worn at night. CPAP machines are easy to use, safe, and highly effective in treating sleep apnea. Patients notice an immediate difference in the quality of their sleep after using CPAP machines.

Contact : 9620304059

Company : Greenwell Healthcare

http://www.greenwellhealthcare.com