CPAP Often Only Treatment Offered Sleep Apnea Patients

Study shows that more than half of patients diagnosed with the sleep-disordered breathing problem stick with CPAP therapy.

The primary treatment for obstructive sleep apnea remains continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy. But a recent Cleveland Clinic study found that less than half of the people prescribed CPAP therapy actually followed through with the treatment. And only a third of the people who werent on CPAP therapy were referred to a sleep specialist for other treatment options.
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