How CPAP Could Help You
By Bogan Sleep Consultants, LLC
January 24, 2020
Category: Sleep Medicine
Tags: CPAP  

A CPAP machine from your sleep specialists in Columbia, South Carolina can let you sleep well again.

If you aren’t sleeping well at night, you could have sleep apnea. It’s a condition that can cause serious medical issues and deprive you of sleep. The good news is, there is a device that can help restore your ability to sleep. It’s called the continuous positive air pressure machine or CPAP. The sleep specialists at Bogan Sleep Consultants in Columbia, South Carolina offer CPAP treatment to help you get relief from sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea is caused by the tissue at the back of your throat relaxing and blocking your airway while you sleep. When your airway is partially or completely blocked, it shuts off oxygen to your vital organs. Lack of oxygen can lead to chronic, serious medical problems like heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and more.

The CPAP machine has a special nosepiece that fits over your nose. It’s connected to a machine that delivers a continuous flow of air through your nose, throughout the night. Your sleep will be deep and uninterrupted, allowing a full flow of oxygen throughout your body.

The CPAP is portable, easy to maintain, and comfortable to wear. It’s the most common treatment for sleep apnea. When you use the CPAP, you can look forward to:

  • No more loud snoring
  • No more waking up gasping for air or choking
  • No more sleepiness or grogginess during the day
  • Increased ability to concentrate
  • No more waking up with a headache or sore throat

If you think you might be suffering from sleep apnea, you should seek out help from the experts right away. The sleep specialists at Bogan Sleep Consultants will perform a sleep study to diagnose the condition, and then get you on the right track to restoring your ability to sleep. A CPAP is a highly effective way to get relief from sleep apnea.

To find out more about how the CPAP can benefit you, call the sleep specialists Dr. Richard Bogan and Dr. Laura Herpel at Bogan Sleep Consultants in Columbia, South Carolina today.

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