Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, insomnia, snoring, narcolepsy or restless leg syndrome are more common than you might think. Even more, sleep disorders, in all their forms, can have serious consequences on your physical and mental health and can lead, in the long term, to serious complications for your health as well as for your personal life, such as an increase in the risk from:
It can also lead to reduced libido, alertness, concentration and, consequently, an increased risk of road and work accidents, divorce, loss of employment and professional difficulties.
For those who have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and need treatment, the next steps can seem overwhelming. However, don’t worry, your licensed respiratory therapist will explain what to expect and provide you with all the basic information to help you get back to better sleep.
Accompaniment in your efforts and discussing your sleep disorders, your symptoms and your sleep apnea treatment while helping you to have a clearer idea of the steps to take to start your new therapy.
To support you in the process of purchasing your devices, masks and accessories by giving you advice on choosing the right ones for your specific sleep apnea treatment, adapted to your lifestyle.
Support throughout your treatment with the pressure settings of your device and your mask.
To help you learn more about the operation of your equipment and medical supplies by giving you complete explanations on the appropriate use for your type of treatment as well as instructions on the methods, procedures for cleaning and maintenance of your devices, your masks and accessories.
Follow you fully with the adaptation to your treatment and the wearing of the mask in order to make recommendations to your doctor, if necessary, by generating a follow-up report and reading the data generated by your treatment.
To guide you and support your renewal of your machine and your mask for your sleep apnea treatment if necessary.
Sleep apnea is a disease that should not be taken lightly. Get your life back with our advice, devices, masks and accessories for your sleep apnea treatment.
We promise to give you a ton of care without the pressure, and we’ll let you know how we can support you in your efforts to treat your sleep apnea.
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