Sleep Apnea

What is Sleep Apnea?

 

Sleep Apnea (or Sleep Apnoea) is a condition where a person's breathing is interrupted during sleep for several seconds, multiple times a night. As a result, the oxygen supply in the blood and subsequently to the brain, declines. This can lead to a disruption of normal bodily functions and pave the way for serious and life threatening conditions.

Sleep bad

Night time symptoms

Loud persistent snoring
Frequent visits to the bathroom
Restless sleep
Witnessed pauses in breathing
Choking or gasping for air during sleep
Daytime symptoms

Daytime symptoms

Early morning headaches
Excessive daytime fatigue
Poor concentration
Depression or irritability
Sleepiness during routine activities

DreamStation Go

DreamStation Go

DreamStation Go : It is not just a CPAP, it is a performance promise from Philips

2 years standard plus 3 years extended warranty
Bluetooth based connectivity with the mobile/desktop based self management tool "DreamMapper"
Intuitive design and colour touchscreen for quick setup and navigation
Compact and highly portable PAP system

Helping you sleep better

DreamStation

DreamStation


  • Patient driven design
  • Acclimation made easy
  • Simplified device evaluation
  • Cost-effective connectivity options
DreamWear

DreamWear mask


  • Like wearring nothing at all
  • Freedom of movement
  • Exceptional fit and comfort
DreamWear

DreamStation Go


  • 2 years standard plus 3 years extended warranty
  • Bluetooth based connectivity with the mobile/desktop based self management tool "DreamMapper"
  • Intuitive design and colour touchscreen for quick setup and navigation
  • Compact and highly portable PAP system
Sleeping with DreamStation

Locate a Sleep Specialist near you

 

The sleep labs offer sleep apnea patients and others with sleeping disorders, the means to evaluate their sleeping patterns and to diagnose their sleep disorders.

Dream Mapper

Instead of ignoring take a risk test

 

If you suspect you or a family member may have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), you may want to consult your doctor. The following quiz will help you to assess if you are at a risk of having Sleep Apnea. Once you've completed the quiz, you may download and print your results and take them to your doctor for evaluation, diagnosis and if appropriate, treatment.

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