Sleep Apnea Is A Craniofacial Problem

As a resident during otolaryngology training, I rotated in the medical center’s craniofacial clinic, seeing various disorders that lead to underdeveloped or malformed facial or skull structures. These syndromic children clearly had severely asymmetric faces or underformed jaws. In many cases they had breathing problems requiring surgery. One of the more common conditions you’ll see […]

Central Sleep Apnea—A Simple Explanation

In sleep disorders, obstructive sleep apnea is the most common condition that’s seen, but a significant number of people with obstructive sleep apnea will also have central sleep apnea. Central sleep apnea is thought to be a condition that’s associated with a number of different neurologic problems, as well as heart or kidney failure. During […]

10 Tips For CPAP Success

Learn the Insider Secrets of Highly Successful CPAP Users… Get your FREE access to the audio replay and mp3 download of this interview with Aurelio Henriquez who has extensive experience helping patients with sleep apnea succeed in using their CPAP machines. Since 2002, Aurelio has helped hundreds of CPAP users overcome their struggles while he […]

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About CPAP Masks

Are you having problems with your CPAP mask? Are you newly diagnosed with sleep apnea, and want to find out which options you have? If so, hear me interview Chip Smith and Brian Werther of Restoration Medical on "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About CPAP Masks." During this information packed hour, you'll learn:   […]