Living with sleep apnea often includes using a CPAP machine, which helps keep airways open throughout the night. While the CPAP can dramatically improve your symptoms, it can also make traveling a bit of a headache. That said, don’t be tempted to leave the machine at home—you'll risk feeling tired on your trip. It’s actually easier than you might think to bring it with you—just follow this guide.
As we know, OSA can be a deadly health disorder where during sleep your breathing stops periodically during the night. These lapses in breathing can occur for up to ten seconds or more and can happen hundreds of times a night.
OSA appears to be an aggravating factor in the following 5 ocular complications: