A CPAP machine not for you?

People with untreated obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times.

This means the brain – and the rest of the body – may not get enough oxygen. This increases the likelihood of a smorgasbord of serious health issues including heart attacks, strokes and atrial fibrillation – a fast, fluttering heartbeat. It is extremely common among people with Type 2 diabetes and obesity and raises the risk for both disorders.

Often a CPAP machine is not well tolerated by those suffering from OSA, but there are other options. Call 07 3392 1642 for an obligation free assessment.

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