Good News for Sleep Apnea Patients on CPAP TherapyJuly 15, 2011
Many of the patients we see have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and have had a great deal of difficulty adjusting to CPAP therapy. In fact, many of them had given up trying to use their equipment and their devices ended up in the closet.
That is not a good set of circumstances. Sleep Apnea poses serious health threats – far beyond interrupted sleep.
The reason we founded Sleep HealthCare of Connecticut is because most sleep disorders are chronic problems that have been treated like acute problems in the past. In addition, we have kept up with the latest technology that is making a difference for all sleep disorder patients.
As for sleep apnea patients, many don’t know that the there are other alternatives to the mask they were originally fitted for that they can’t adjust to. There are also a number of other equipment advances that make getting used to CPAP easier.
For those who experience CPAP as uncomfortable, claustrophobic or anxiety-producing, we have amazing new treatments like neurofeedback and biobehavioral management techniques that train you to relax and focus on the positive benefits of your CPAP therapy.
To introduce sleep apnea patients to the new technologies and treatments that they can take advantage of, we’re launching a free monthly Sleep Support Series. Beginning on Tuesday evening, July 19th from 6:30 to 7:30 here at our offices (1305 Post Road (Brick Walk), Suite 305 in Fairfield, we’ll be demonstrating new technology, talking about CPAP issues and answering your questions.
Every other month we’ll be focusing on CPAP, so if you can’t make the first seminar, sign up for the next one. Email us or call the office 203-292-2800.This entry was posted in Sleep Apnea, Uncategorized and tagged CPAP, Sleep Apnea, Sleep Disorders, Sleep HealthCare of Connecticut. Bookmark the permalink. ← Welcome to the Sleep HealthCare Blog! Snoring is No Joke →