BiPAP; Functions And Uses

BiPAP; Functions And Uses

BiPAP (Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure), also called a BPAP, is a non-invasive type of therapy for individuals struggling with sleep apnea or any other condition that affects their breathing. It is a machine that helps patients with such conditions to breathe....
What Are Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD)?

What Are Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD)?

A Mandibular Advancement Device MAD is an appliance made from durable, plastic-like material used to reduce the effects of mild forms of obstructive sleep apnea. Mandibular Advancement expands a person’s airway by moving their jaw forward while they sleep. The forward...
The Statistics of Sleep

The Statistics of Sleep

Sleep disorders and lack of sleep have a dynamic impact on health. In the short term, a person can suffer a lack of alertness, impaired memory and relationship stress. If you’re a long time sufferer, there can be weight gain and obesity, diabetes, depression, immune...
Tips For Sleep Apnea Sufferers

Tips For Sleep Apnea Sufferers

Staying inside all day can be dull and at times demanding, but generally people find something to keep themselves busy. If you need to learn how to reduce the symptoms of sleep apnea, we have you covered. We present to you a crash course of tips for sleep apnea...
What is Sleep Debt?

What is Sleep Debt?

Sleep debt is the result of insufficient sleep. It’s also called sleep deficit, and it can have serious effects on a person’s physical and mental health. Sleep deficit is cumulative, so the longer a person goes without sleep, the deeper the fatigue they suffer and the...