Anyone who has been diagnosed with sleep apnea–or thinks they might have it–may benefit from the free CPAP Talk – Live! virtual support group session on Wednesday, October 1 from 7 to 8 PM (ET). The monthly session is open to all. In last month’s session, 30 individuals from six states joined the discussion. Typically, healthcare professionals participate.
Program host is Eric Cohen, president and co-founder of sponsor National Sleep Therapy (NST), who will be joined by Amy Michaud, territory manager for ResMed. She will introduce the company’s new CPAP mask product line and answer caller questions. ResMed is a leading maker of products for the treatment of sleep disorders. As a bonus, five individuals who register in advance of the October 1 session will win a free ResMed mask they can use with any CPAP machine.
“The CPAP machine is the best way to treat sleep apnea. It also eliminates the snoring that frequently accompanies apnea so others can sleep better, too. Our goal is to help CPAP users get the most out of therapy so they can sleep like a baby,” says Cohen in a release. “Together, we can get there.” National Sleep Therapy provides the monthly program as a community service.
CPAP Talk – Live! is held on the first Wednesday of each month, and is open to all. Anyone interested in joining the conversation on October 1 from 7 to 8 PM should call 800-204-6655 just prior to the session and enter access code 342-2187#. Interested persons may submit questions in advance either via Facebook or use the cpaptalklive.com form. During each session, NST gives away a $25 gift card to one participant. For more information: 888-867-8840 or [email protected].