A New Way To Treat Sleep Apnea

June 6, 2014

(Undated)  --  A new study shows Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or C-PAP, can reduce the symptoms of sleep apnea.  Doctor Harneet Walia  says the study showed C-PAP could help most people with sleep apnea, including those in Fulton County.  Participants' blood pressures were reduced from C-PAP, which is an important first step when looking to beat the symptoms.  Doctor Walia says the patients quality of life was improved with the treatment.

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