When you think of Valentine’s Day, what comes to mind?

Bouquets of expensive roses, chocolates stuffed into heart-shaped boxes, or overwhelming shades of red assaulting your eyes? That’s what might come to mind for most people, but how about we look at why you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day in the first place! Your special someone is the person you want to celebrate and let him or her know that they’re one of the most important people in your life. Besides giving them material gifts, why not give them one of the most invaluable gifts of all – quality sleep for a healthier life?

What’s more important than quality sleep and a healthy lifestyle?

[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkbox-checked” wrap=”span”] If you or your loved one has sleep apnea or you suspect someone might have it, the best gift for Valentine’s Day is to consult a medical professional for an initial sleep apnea diagnosis through a trusted sleep study. If tests show that they have mild to severe sleep apnea, you’ll be referred to a “DME” (accredited durable medical equipment provider) which is where Breathe Medical comes in. We’ll be one of the most important pillars in your support system throughout this sleep apnea treatment and we will guide you through [highlight dark=”no”]mask and machine selection[/highlight], [highlight dark=”no”]usage[/highlight], [highlight dark=”no”]upkeep[/highlight], and [highlight dark=”no”]compliance[/highlight].

It’s going to be your proactive self that initially seeks out help for sleep apnea, but with our team of dedicated patient care coordinators and respiratory therapists, you will be laying the strongest foundation for quality sleep to propel you into a healthier life where you’ll be with your loved one longer than if you ignored the signs of sleep apnea.

Beware: Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

Consult your medical profession first if you experience any of these symptoms:

  • Snoring, headaches, shortness of breath, abnormally dry mouth, mood swings or irritability, difficulty concentrating or memory loss, abnormal levels of fatigue (mental and physical),  learning difficulties, or sexual dysfunction.
  • Different people may exhibit different symptoms.
  • The important thing is to seek treatment immediately.

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Don’t hesitate to contact Breathe Medical at [highlight dark=”no”](866) 535-2727[/highlight] or [highlight dark=”no”]patientcare@breathemed.com[/highlight] if you think sleep apnea might be affecting you or if you have any questions about PAP therapy supplies! We are here to help you.

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