What are the benefits of CPAP therapy

CPAP can prevent or reverse severe effects of sleep apnea. Treating sleep apnea can help protect you from serious health risks. Using CPAP to treat sleep apnea can also improve many aspects of your life.

Prevention of diabetes
Using CPAP to treat apnea during sleep can improve insulin tolerance. Sleep apnoea is associated with glucose intolerance and insulin resistance, both factors in type 2 diabetes. Untreated sleep apnoea increases the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Prevention of heart disease
Treating sleep apnea can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease. Sleep apnoea is linked to a variety of heart problems because breathing pauses cause changes in blood pressure and can reduce oxygen levels in your blood. This puts enormous pressure on your heart.
People with untreated sleep apnea have a higher rate of death from heart disease than those without sleep apnea. Using CPAP for a prolonged period of time can protect you from heart problems and reduce the chance of increased symptoms. Heart problems include:

  • Congestive heart failure
  • coronary artery disease
  • Irregular heartbeat

Eliminate snoring
By keeping the airway open while you sleep, CPAP reduces or eliminates the sound of snoring. Although you may not notice it, a partner sleeping in the same room will benefit from a quieter sleeping environment.

Less medical expenses
By improving your health, CPAP therapy can reduce overall medical costs. Sleep apnoea can lead to more health problems and more doctor visits. Treatment will reduce the risk of serious heart conditions associated with sleep apnoea, such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes can be costly.

Did you know that?

A proper and quality sleep without sleep apnea has many benefits for everyday life

Improved alertness during the day

Drowsiness and daytime fatigue are common symptoms of sleep apnea. CPAP will restore poor sleep, increase your overall sleep time and improve the quality of your sleep by eliminating breathing pauses in your sleep. This will help you wake up feeling more refreshed and boost your energy for the whole day.

Improved concentration

Severe untreated sleep apnea can damage brain tissue due to non-rectal sleep. As a result, you may have trouble concentrating or have memory loss. Using CPAP can improve your ability to think, concentrate and make decisions. As it will improve productivity and reduce the possibility of an error in slavery.

Improved emotional stability

Untreated sleep apnea increases the risk of depression. CPAP can help improve mood, reduce the risk of depression and improve overall quality of life.

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