Learning More About Sleep Apnea In Women

Dr. Katherine Sharkey is a sleep medicine physician from Brown University and member of the Society for Women’s Health Research Sleep Network. She discusses sleep apnea recognition and treatment with a patient and a sleep technician. They discuss the challenges that women with sleep apnea often face, since the stereotypical patient is male (but that’s changing!). They also talk about how difficult adjusting to CPAP can be. Getting treated for CPAP can require patience to find the right solution that works.

Read the full Providence Journal article

By RebeccaR on April 10, 2018 Apr 10, 2018 in Education
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Mainsleep -1 point · 10 days ago

I’ve been sleeping with c pap about 6 months. I sleep very well about 7-8 hours a night. But I wake up exhausted!! And can’t focus well during the day. It’s a different tired than before machine. At least I can drive home from work without drowsiness