CPAP 101: Air Travel with CPAP

Posted by David L. Hebert - May 4, 2022

For CPAP users, it can sometimes feel like you’re married to your mask and hose, and by extension, to the machine that it’s attached to. When you need your CPAP therapy to get a good night’s sleep, it can be hard to imagine going on an international trip and having to lug around all of… Read More

Dementia and Sleep Apnea (OSA): Are They Connected?

Posted by Dr. Elliott Lee - January 12, 2022

Habitually forgetting appointments, missing birthdays, losing keys, or going to the grocery store but only getting half the items on the grocery list are some of the many issues that may represent early signs of developing a major neurocognitive disorder (dementia). While the cause of Alzheimer’s and other dementias is not known, newer research is… Read More

CPAP 101: Filters

Posted by Remologie Staff - December 9, 2021

Your CPAP filter wants you to breathe clean, fresh air while you sleep. Seriously, they do. Although filters don’t get the attention they deserve, they’re not complaining. All they want to do is ensure you get a good night’s sleep by clearing the air you breathe before it reaches your airway and ultimately, your lungs…. Read More

CPAP 101: Choosing the Right Tubing for You

Posted by Remologie Staff - November 18, 2021

Finding the right tubing for your CPAP machine is important, as it will help deliver the steady stream of air that you need to combat sleep apnea. Here, we’ll cover the various tubing options available to you. Once you understand the characteristics of each, you’ll be in a better position to choose the best CPAP… Read More

CPAP 101: CPAP Masks

Posted by Remologie Staff - September 22, 2021

For individuals with sleep apnea and associated breathing issues, a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine is often necessary. While the machine itself is usually adjustable and similar in design from user to user, the sleeping masks worn to deliver that air pressure can vary significantly. Now that you’ve made the smart choice to safeguard… Read More

CPAP 101: CPAP Skin Care Tips to Reduce Irritation

Posted by Remologie Staff - September 8, 2021

A CPAP machine is the leading method of treatment for potentially serious nighttime breathing disorders such as sleep apnea. When a person suffers from sleep apnea, the muscles in the back of their throat relax too much and restrict the airway, causing the individual to experience stops and starts in breathing. A person that has… Read More

What are the Options for Sleep Studies, and Which is Best for Me?

Posted by Dr. Amy Bender - July 6, 2021

It is all too common to feel tired and unrefreshed during the day, and many of us will at some point complain of fatigue and poor sleep to our doctor. Upon being told, your doctor will likely consider referring you for a sleep study, and while they’ll be able to advise you on the options… Read More

CPAP 101: Machines

Posted by Remologie Staff - November 30, 2020

Different CPAP machines are designed to address the unique needs of individuals with obstructive sleep apnea. Before purchasing a CPAP machine, learn more about the three most commonly used CPAP devices: fixed CPAP, auto CPAP and travel CPAP machines, below. Fixed CPAP Machines Fixed pressure (fixed) CPAP machines have just one air pressure setting which… Read More

Surgical Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Posted by Dr. Richard Gall - October 31, 2020

Medical management of adults with OSA should always be at the forefront of treatment options. This includes CPAP, the use of which results in the highest rate of resolution of apneic episodes and thus improvement of OSA symptoms. However, some patients find the use of CPAP difficult to get used to for a variety of… Read More

The Emotional Turbulence of OSA: How Sleep Apnea Affects Mood and Mental Health

Posted by Dr. Michael Breus - September 30, 2020

We talk a lot about the physical health risks associated with untreated sleep apnea—with good reason. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, accident and injury, dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases are among the many serious conditions for which sleep apnea elevates risk. But sleep apnea left untreated takes a significant toll on mental health, too. OSA often… Read More

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