“If you’re waking up more than three times per night and are told you stop breathing while you’re sleeping, it is vital that you get checked for sleep apnea.”

David BaltosserCertified Respiratory Therapist, Sleep Disorder Specialist, Registered Respiratory Therapist, Associate of Science in Respiratory Technology and Advanced Respiratory Therapy

“Cleaning your mask and equipment is important for sleep and your overall health.”

Rita AdamsCertified Respiratory Therapist

“Avoid caffeine three hours before going to bed. No heavy meal before going to bed. A healthy snack is okay if you have to have something to eat. If you wake up with a headache in the morning or feel like you’re in a fog, this could be a sign of sleep apnea.”

Dreama LozierCertified Respiratory Therapist