"I Andy, I realize I'm months behind your post. I have no idea why your S8 would stoop collecting data. I'm glad to hear you're having such improvement with your apnea. I have made great strides since I changed…"
"Hi Richard, I don't bother with a humidifier. Someone on the forum suggested not using it and I'm a lot less congested without it. A good AHI is under 5. I use the Wisp and have been since it came out. I think…"
a humidifier can be used with colloidal silverthis can keep the humidifier clean for day maybe weeks or longer without the need to clean the humidifiersilver colloidal is antimicrobial and you could just top up your humidifier without cleaning and at the same time treat your bodyor you just put silver on it own into the humidifierSee More
"Reminder: REMedy event is this Saturday, 10 am to 2pm. Topics include:
Nutrition and Weight Management with Sarah Kelly, Registered Nutritionist/Dietitian
Oral Appliance Therapy for Sleep Apnea with Drs. Rena Vakay & Lara…"
"September 1, 2014
My apologies to Sleep Guide for not participating in a long time. In January 2012 I started classes at the local community college (my husband is an instructor there, and my tuition is refunded when my grades are above a C. My…"
Sleep apnea/osteoporosis study finds “increased” health riskA recently published study may have found a connection between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and osteoporosis, marking yet another health…See More
I've heard before that speech therapy, or singing lessons can help sleep apnea. The problem at that time was there was no way to determine which exercises help. Getting research done, rather than anecdotal would be…"
Some people report that singing -- singing! -- really helps their sleep apnea. Dr. Stephen Park said that myology (which are exercises to strengthen muscles around the inside of one's mouth area) helps some. I think singing would be better. If you read all the FAQs on this (click below), I think you'll agree that it makes sense for some. Maybe you.http://www.singingforsnorers.com/index.htmSee More
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