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Pulmonary Function Tests (PFTs) are non-invasive tests that measure the function of your lungs. These tests provide many different measurements that can be used to determine how well your lungs are working.
Insufficient oxygen levels can be hazardous and may cause significant health issues. In this blog, we will provide you with knowledge regarding oxygen saturation levels and their importance.
Sleep apnea can have a significant impact on your overall health, including your mental well-being.
Pulmonary function tests (PFTs) are an easy and non-invasive way to diagnose conditions such as COPD and Asthma. In today's blog, we will share with you more about what PFTs are and when they are used!
Proper use and maintenance of your home oxygen equipment are essential for the efficiency of your equipment and your safety.
We will share with you how sleep apnea and obesity are closely related and what treatment options are available.
Learn more about when you should start watching your heart health and tips for making heart-healthy changes to your everyday life!
Lung disease is a very serious topic, and it affects many individuals in their day-to-day life. Over 34 million Americans are living with lung disease today.
Here we are going to compare CPAP versus oral appliances versus airway surgery, what each option is, and how they are similar and different from one another.
Living with COPD can be difficult at times, but learning to safely manage your COPD at home will help you in your day-to-day life.
If you are a new CPAP user and experience CPAP intolerance, you are not alone, and this is a very common issue that CPAP users run into. Click here to learn more about CPAP Intolerance and how to treat it.
Continue reading to learn more about COVID-19's effect on your heart and how it can lead to heart disease.
Staying healthy with a weakened immune system can be challenging but it is possible! If you have a compromised immune system, taking steps every day to stay healthy is so important.
February is American Heart Month and to raise awareness around heart health, we want to share a few tips on how to improve your heart health.
During the winter months, the dry and cold air can have an effect on everyone, especially CPAP users.
Getting the booster is very important for the health and safety of yourself and others around you. Continue reading to find out more information about the COVID bivalent booster and why it is important to get it!
Are You Compliant with Using Your CPAP Machine? Why It's Important to Know Your CPAP Data from Your Compliance Reports
Learn more about what a Level 3 Sleep Study is and how we assess the data to determine a diagnosis.
Have you been waking up to pounding headaches in the morning? Many people may not know this, but obstructive sleep apnea could actually be causing your morning headaches.
Although many people believe that they are safe from allergens during the winter months due to spending the majority of our time indoors, there are still potential allergens inside of our homes and buildings that can cause allergy symptoms during winter.
If you are experiencing chronic sinus issues, it may be time to visit one of our ENT specialists.
Stress can cause major issues in your everyday life, but stress can be reduced by doing breathing exercises daily. We are going to share with you a few breathing exercises you can do to feel calm and relaxed.
Are you struggling to fall asleep quickly at night? This is a common problem that can be caused by several different factors. We are going to share with you a few tips to help you fall asleep faster!
If you have never had an allergy test, you might not know what happens or how to prepare for one. Find out here.