6 Ways to Treat Sleep Apnea – Home Sleep Center

6 Ways to Treat Sleep Apnea

If you’re among the 25 million+ Americans who have sleep apnea, you may be wondering what to do after your diagnosis. You need help addressing the restless nights and daytime sleepiness that your sleep apnea has caused you for numerous nights. But where do you start? Finding a solution to a problem while you sleep […]

What is Sleep Apnea?: An Overview

What is Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that indicates temporary lapses in breathing as a person sleeps. As a consequence of abnormal breathing, a person may experience low-quality sleep, daytime sleepiness and fatigue, and longterm health issues. The causes, symptoms, and treatments of irregular breathing during sleep depends on the type of sleep apnea a person […]

Daytime Sleepiness: Why Do I Feel Tired All the Time?

Daytime Sleepiness

Feeling groggy when you wake up every morning, even after a full night’s sleep? Worried about keeping up with your workload because you’re unable to focus on your daily responsibilities?  Simply put, are you tired of being tired? Daytime sleepiness, fatigue, and poor job performance are just some of the consequences of missing out on sleep. Sleep is vital […]

Sleep Apnea and Weight Gain: What’s the Connection?

Sleep Apnea and Weight Gain

When it comes to sleep and your health, the chicken-or-egg scenario plays out for so many questions. Do sleep challenges affect my health, or do health challenges affect my sleep? Does sleep apnea cause weight gain, or does weight gain cause sleep apnea? The order of factors (chicken vs. egg, sleep vs. weight) matters less than […]

Is There a Connection Between Sleep Apnea and Heart Failure?

Sleep Apnea and Heart Failure?

Sleep apnea lies at the heart of so many chronic conditions. Stroke, diabetes, obesity, hypertension — they all increase the risk and severity of OSA. Sleep apnea and heart failure share the same inextricable link. While OSA does not directly cause heart failure, it can significantly increase your risk of dangerous, potentially life-threatening cardiovascular diseases. Let’s consider a study published […]

HSA vs FSA: Understanding the differences


HSA and FSA sound similar. Both are related to healthcare spending. Both are personally directed. Both even end in “SA”. However, they are very different approaches to healthcare spending and understanding the difference is important. Flexible Spending Account (FSA) A flexible spending account is a healthcare-related savings account with tax advantages. This can be self-funded […]

CPAP Benefits That Improve Your Health

Whether you have or suspect you have sleep apnea, you’re here because you want to find out the many CPAP benefits that improve your overall health. So let’s keep the answer simple: The No. 1 benefit of CPAP is that it treats sleep apnea. And when you treat sleep apnea, you reduce your risk of […]