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Sleep apnea sufferers downplay treatment, Philips survey finds

March 3, 2020HME News Staff

AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands - Thirty percent of people with sleep apnea somewhat or completely agree that they don't think it's necessary to be treated for sleep apnea, according to a new sleep survey from Royal Philips. Thirty nine percent of them somewhat or completely agree treatment for sleep apnea is worse than the disease itself, and nearly half of them have never been prescribed CPAP therapy. Yet 71% of those who use CPAP therapy say the benefits outweigh the convenience and 71% say that their...

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Sleep: It's still not a priority, survey finds

March 13, 2018HME News Staff

AMSTERDAM - The majority of adults globally view sleep's impact on their overall health and wellbeing to be significant, yet only 29% of them say they feel guilty for not maintaining good sleep habits. That's compared to 49% who feel guilty for not exercising regularly and 42% for not eating healthy. The findings come from an annual survey conducted by Philips, “Better Sleep, Better Health. A Global Look at Why We're Still Falling Short on Sleep,” that reviewed the sleep habits of 15,000...

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Sleep growth to slow down, according to survey

February 27, 2018HME News Staff

BOSTON - HME providers expect their sleep volume growth to increase over the next 12 months, but at a slower rate than previously reported, according to Needham's “HME Sleep and Oxygen Survey” for the fourth quarter of 2017. Providers expect their sleep volume growth to increase 3% in the next 12 months, according to the latest survey, compared to 5.1%, according to a prior survey. Providers also reported that flow generator prices declined 3% in the last 12 months, compared to 1.8% in...

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ResMed, Dr. Oz determine America's 'sleep score'

October 19, 2016HME News Staff

SAN DIEGO - ResMed is teaming up with “The Dr. Oz Show” to launch a campaign to foster better public understanding of sleep health. As part of the campaign, which kicks off on the Oct. 20 show, viewers will have the opportunity to enroll in a national sleep survey and be eligible to receive a free S+ sleep monitoring device. ResMed will give away 1,000 of the devices, which help people track, better understand and improve their sleep. ResMed and Dr. Oz will use the data collected from...

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