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  • Benefits of having a CPAP Mask Therapy

    Benefits of having a CPAP Mask Therapy

    The continuous positive airway pressure CPAP machine is essential in mitigating the challenge of obtrusive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring. It effectively keeps the nasal and buccal airways open while the patient sleeps. CPAP therapy is a standard method to manage and treat OSA, which could cause shortness of breath during sleep. This condition results from a blocked airway due to the collapse of the walls of the CPAP masks …Read More »
  • Can Sleep Apnea Contributes to Hair Loss?

    Can Sleep Apnea Contributes to Hair Loss?

    People with sleep apnea feel exhausted the next day, even after getting a “full” night’s rest. The very idea of having blocked or lapsed breathing is frightening enough, but those who really have it also suffer from secondary concerns including marital troubles, weight gain, and reduced cognitive functioning. These problems are caused by the secondary effects of the primary condition. Even more concerning, research has shown that long-term impacts might …Read More »
  • Can Exercises Reduce Risk of Sleep Apnea?

    Can Exercises Reduce Risk of Sleep Apnea?

    One of the most common causes of interrupted sleep is a blocked airway, which is the case with those who suffer from sleep apnea. Because of this blockage, you will have trouble breathing while you sleep. Sleep apnea is characterised by snoring and periodic interruptions in breathing while sleeping. About 80% of those who snore have sleep apnea. Although OSA is the most frequent, there are two other forms of …Read More »
  • Can Sleep Apnea Increase the Risk for Cancers and Hypertension

    Can Sleep Apnea Increase the Risk for Cancers and Hypertension

    Is Sleep Apnea associated with an increased risk to cancer? It is common knowledge that sleep apnea can wreak havoc on our normal sleeping habits, our ability to remain attentive during the day, and our mental health. But the potential harm that might be caused by this illness that can at times render a person helpless is becoming increasingly clear to us. Sleep apnea has been connected to diseases as …Read More »
  • Can Sleep Apnea Cause High Blood Pressure?

    Can Sleep Apnea Cause High Blood Pressure?

    How closely linked are sleep apnea and hypertension? To what extent does obstructive sleep apnea contribute to the development of high blood pressure? When persons with sleep apnea utilize continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), does their blood quality improve? Keep reading to get the details on all of this and more. The link between obstructive sleep apnea and hypertension Hypertension is the medical word for high blood pressure. If your …Read More »

Benefits of having a CPAP Mask Therapy

The continuous positive airway pressure CPAP machine is essential in mitigating the challenge of obtrusive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring....
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Benefits of having a CPAP Mask Therapy

Can Sleep Apnea Contributes to Hair Loss?

People with sleep apnea feel exhausted the next day, even after getting a "full" night's rest. The very idea of...
Read More
Can Sleep Apnea Contributes to Hair Loss?

Can Exercises Reduce Risk of Sleep Apnea?

One of the most common causes of interrupted sleep is a blocked airway, which is the case with those who...
Read More
Can Exercises Reduce Risk of Sleep Apnea?

Can Sleep Apnea Increase the Risk for Cancers and Hypertension

Is Sleep Apnea associated with an increased risk to cancer? It is common knowledge that sleep apnea can wreak havoc...
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Can Sleep Apnea Increase the Risk for Cancers and Hypertension

Can Sleep Apnea Cause High Blood Pressure?

How closely linked are sleep apnea and hypertension? To what extent does obstructive sleep apnea contribute to the development of...
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Can Sleep Apnea Cause High Blood Pressure?

Adapting to CPAP Therapy for Your Sleep Apnea

If you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, your physician will most likely advise you to undergo treatment with...
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Adapting to CPAP Therapy for Your Sleep Apnea

Learning to Live Life

L2LL is committed to meeting the needs of those who are ready to do the work. As a result, a...
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Learning to Live Life

Substance Abuse Professional – DOT

As an employee of the Department of Transportation (DOT),  drug and alcohol testing should not come back positive.  Therefore, the result...
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Substance Abuse Professional – DOT

Exploring Feelings in Therapy

How are you feeling? Would you like to explore your feelings and learn how to better cope with them? Do...
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Exploring Feelings in Therapy

The Disease of Addiction

This disease called Addiction is like any other disease.  It’s chronic and organic. The chronic part of this disease is that it’s fatal.  The organic...
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The Disease of Addiction