If you have attempted treatment with a CPAP device , but could not tolerate it, you are not alone. Even though CPAP is the gold standard for the treatment of sleep apnea, only 30% of people with sleep apnea are a succesful user of CPAP. If you can not tolerate the CPAP device due to:

– mask leaks
– unable to get the mask to fit properly
– discomfort caused by the straps and headgear
– disturbed or interrupted sleep caused by the presence of the device
– noise from the device disturbing your sleep and/or bed partner’s sleep
– CPAP restricts movements during sleep
– CPAP does not seem effective
– pressure on the upper lip causing tooth related problems
– a latex allergy
– claustrophobic associations
– an unconscious need to remove the CPAP apparatus at night
– you travel a lot

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Sleep magazine reports untreated patients with an apnea index >20, had a 36% decrease in 8 yr. survival rate.

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Dr. Donald Wilcox

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