Ten Things Doctors Won’t Tell You About Your CPAP Machine
Millions of Americans suffer from sleep apnea. Your options, when you’re slowly dying in your sleep, are few. You can ignore the problem and continue dying; you can undergo surgery or perhaps be fitted for a mouthpiece to keep your airway open; or you can adapt to sleeping with a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine.
If you’re like me, when your doctor told you that you needed a sleep study, you weren’t thrilled. If you managed to follow up and get through the sleep study, you were even less happy when they told you that you needed CPAP therapy. You probably believe, if you’re just starting your CPAP journey, that a single night on the machine and you’ll wake up feeling better.
The reality is considerably different. CPAP therapy can save your life… but there’s a LOT you don’t know about adapting to a CPAP machine. In this book, Ten Things Doctors Won’t Tell You About Your CPAP Machine, I’ve compiled the ten things I wish somebody had bothered to tell me BEFORE I tried to adapt to CPAP. Armed with this information, you may find it easier to adapt to the machine… but you’ll also learn just why it is so important that you stop ignoring your snoring, your nighttime choking, and your obstructive sleep apnea.
Ten Things Doctors Won’t Tell You About Your CPAP Machine is a quick, easy read. It’s available for immediate download for just 99 cents in the Amazon Kindle Store.