Cinterion and one of its partners – Royal Philips Electronics – recently jointly won the ‘Best Embedded End-to-End Service Award’, part of the GSMA’s embedded mobile competition, for its Respironics System One sleep therapy solution. The M2M solution integrates one of Cinterion’s award-winning Evolution platform modules and marries mobility and reliable two-way wireless communications with advancements in sleep apnea therapy to help millions of patients and their healthcare providers who must meet rigorous new reporting standards. Read the rest of this entry
The new medical equipment report, ‘Republic of Korea Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market Outlook to 2016′ provides key market data on the Korea anesthesia and respiratory devices market. The report provides value (USD million), volume (units) and average price (USD) data for each segment and sub-segment within six market categories – anesthesia disposables, anesthesia machines, respiratory devices, respiratory disposables, respiratory measurement devices, and sleep apnea diagnostic systems. Read the rest of this entry
Sleep & Wellness Medical Associates has recently outlined useful tips for peaceful and good night’s sleep.These tips and guidelines are addressed to everyone irrespective of male or female and age group.
- The average adult needs eight hours of sleep per night; the average teenager, nine hours.
- Sleepiness during the daytime is a good predictor of sleep deprivation.
- Maintaining a regular bedtime and wake-up time is crucial to stable sleep patterns. Even on weekends, sleep and rise at the same times. Read the rest of this entry
The medical equipment report, Italy Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market Outlook to 2016 provides key market data on the Italy anesthesia and respiratory devices market.
The report provides value (USD million), volume (units) and average price (USD) data for each segment and sub-segment within six market categories – anesthesia disposables, anesthesia machines, respiratory devices, respiratory disposables, respiratory measurement devices, and sleep apnea diagnostic systems. Read the rest of this entry
[Press Release]-A local resident of Honolulu is amazed at the healthy results she obtained by simply practicing an innovative breathing technique called Buteyko. She has reduced her Asthma symptoms by as much as 85% and feels so much better. Her health history is typical of severe Asthmatics, she ended up at the emergency room every few months and found her symptoms hard to manage. Read the rest of this entry
Buteyko Breathing is a comprehensive approach to living with a core set of breathing exercises that reverses hyperventilation or over-breathing. The idea is to return the breathing volume back to normal at around 5 liters of air/minute. According to their instructor, Greg Baker, CBE (Certified Buteyko Educator) of Buteyko Learning Company says the impacts on the body of over-breathing is quite similar to over-eating. When we eat more calories than our body needs it causes us to gain weight. The impact to the body is extensive with heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. It is the same with over-breathing or hyperventilation. Read the rest of this entry
Citizens in Redwood City CA. have found a wonderful alternative treatment to assist them in managing their health. It is called Buteyko Breathing. Each of these residents found relief from their symptoms of Asthma, Allergies, Snoring and Sleep Apnea.
In the beginning they were both hopeful and quite skeptical. In fact, one student was learning Buteyko only because her mother had requested she do so.The results each citizen experienced more than met their expectations.
One who struggled for years with Asthma reports she no longer struggles to breathe and was able to get off medications entirely. Another stopped Snoring and stopped getting kicked out of bed by his girlfriend making them both happy. Read the rest of this entry
The Sleep Center at Phelps Memorial Hospital , New York was recently fully accredited as a sleep center by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. To be accredited, a sleep medicine provider must demonstrate compliance in areas such as patient safety and follow-up, testing procedures and policies, physician and staff training, and facility and equipment. Read the rest of this entry
There is a new home based device that can be potentially used for monitoring health issues – such as sleep apnea at home.
With this new device a patient’s vital signs are typically taken once every four to eight hours. The cuff works overtime, measuring a patient’s blood oxygen levels, heart rhythm and rate, respiration and blood pressure, every 60 seconds. The data is sent wirelessly to a central computer. If something goes wrong, an alert sounds. Read the rest of this entry
Long term chronic illness like sleep apnea can affect a person’s mental health as well as physical health.
Chronic illness is long term, and may never go away; sometime there is no perceivable cause for the illness. Conversely, a person with a chronic illness never regains a baseline of normal functioning.
Acute illness is what we experience when we do something like catch a cold or have bronchitis.
Sleep apnea is one of the most Common chronic illnesses aprt from arthritis, auto-immune disorders (Hashimoto’s Disease, Graves Disease), asthma, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, lupus, and severe joint and back problems. Read the rest of this entry