Living with OSA

Investing in your health

Untreated obstructive sleep apnea and other sleep disorders can lead to high blood pressure, increased risk for heart attacks, strokes, obesity, diabetes, and depression. OSA can lead to weight gain, memory problems or impotency.

Remain committed to therapy

With a commitment to improving your health, you should be enjoying restful nights with all the lifestyle benefits that come with improved sleep.

With regular and consistent use of your therapy device, you can expect to achieve positive short and long-term health advantages as a result of ongoing therapy. Unfortunately, if you skip your therapy, your sleep apnea symptoms will return and your sleep will again be compromised. To continue feeling better and improving your quality of life, it’s important to remain committed to your therapy each and every night.

Benefits of PAP therapy

  • Increased energy and attentiveness
  • Fewer morning headaches
  • Reduced irritability
  • Improved memory
  • Increased ability to exercise
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Decreased risk of strokes and heart attacks
  • Increased effectiveness at home and at work
  • Improved overall quality of life.

Remember, the fact that you’re feeling better is a result of your treatment!