CPAP therapy is considered the gold standard for treating sleep apnea. It is a machine that uses a mask of some type to deliver a specific pressure of air to help keep the airway open. The problem with CPAP therapy is that it does take getting used to in order to be successful in using it nightly. There are some very specific reasons that people fail to be able to adjust to it and there a definitely ways to overcome these obstacles to be successful and feel better.
CPAP therapy is the “gold standard” for treating obstructive sleep apnea, also called OSA. For some of the people who use CPAP it is very difficult to use every night. There are many reasons for this, but the biggest is a lack of education. With this in mind there are five things that you can try that may help you being more successful with your CPAP.
CPAP therapy is designed to help you live a healthier life. It is long term care for the person who is using it and for the person who sleeps with him or her. It reduces snoring, apnea, and airway resistance. It does take some getting used to but in the end the energy and better health you experience from using your CPAP on a regular basis will be worth it.