A variety of different CPAP side effects mean CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) isn’t always your best sleep apnea treatment option. Although CPAP is the most commonly prescribed treatment for sleep apnea, a host of problems make it a poor choice for many people.
Unfortunately, CPAP is often the only option provided to people suffering from sleep apnea. It is thought of as the one and only cure.
This narrowed view of thinking is due to a couple of key factors. First, many doctors are not familiar with or experienced in dealing with CPAP alternatives and, secondly, pressure from insurance companies keeps doctors from prescribing other treatments and keeps patients from seeking out alternative solutions.
Independent sleep apnea researcher and best selling author, Marc MacDonald, discusses alternative cures for sleep apnea in his downloadable ebook, “Cure Your Sleep Apnea Without CPAP”. With each treatment method, Marc discusses real life case studies of people who have cured sleep apnea without CPAP.
It is important to point out that CPAP is an excellent obstructive sleep apnea cure in many cases. It continues to help thousands of people around the world deal with sleep apnea symptoms in route to getting a good night’s sleep and eliminating daytime fatigue. However, it’s not the only sleep apnea solution and it simply doesn’t work for some people because of its many drawbacks. Read the rest of this entry