Obstructive Sleep Apnea Affects Over
40 Million Adults in the U.S. Alone.
4x more likely to have a Stroke
Elevated risk of Hypertension, Diabetes, Congestive Heart Failure, Depression & Arythmia
No Matter Your Health, Wealth, or Fitness Level, Sleep Apnea can cut Years Off Your Life.
Died at age 79
Died at age 60
Died at age 43
*It’s worth noting that deceased Supreme Court justice Anton Scalia, who passed away in 2016, may have died as the result of failing to turn on his CPAP machine to treat his sleep apnea.
It's time for you to stop snoring and get a full nights sleep.
Dr. Murphy on what makes a successful treatment plan
Better sleep is just the start. Treating your sleep apnea has been associated with the following:
Evidence suggests a relationship between insufficient sleep, overeating, and weight gain with sleep apnea.
Improved Cardiovascular Health
People with untreated sleep apnea are 23x more likely to have a heart attack and 4x more likely to suffer a stroke.
Reduce or Eliminate Snoring
Treating sleep apnea usually leads to the reduction or elimination of snoring, helping you and your partner achieve better sleep.
Daytime drowsiness is a symptom of sleep apnea, and increased energy is widely reported among those who treat their sleep apnea.
Treating your sleep apnea results in your body properly resting at night. Those who treat their sleep apnea report an improvement in mood, concentration and focus.
Proper treatment of sleep apnea reduces your risk factors of premature death and yields many life-enhancing health benefits.
Ready, Set, SLEEP.