How-To Guide Frees Sufferers of Sleep Apnea from Intrusive CPAP Devices

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Doctors Mayoor Patel and David Dillard dispel common misconceptions about sleep apnea in new book “Freedom from CPAP.”

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... alternative options that can drastically improve quality of life for sleep apnea sufferers across the country.

Doctors often treat sleep apnea by prescribing “continuous positive airway pressure,” or CPAP, devices. These are intrusive, unpleasant, and as a result, rarely used. There’s a better way.

Licensed dentist Mayoor Patel and licensed ear, nose and throat doctor David Dillard have teamed up to dispel common misconceptions about sleep apnea and educate the world about a minimally intrusive solution to sleep apnea that doesn’t involve CPAP. Their method is presented through their new book, “Freedom from CPAP: Sleep Apnea Hurts, the Cure Doesn’t Have To.”

“We offer anyone who is interested a layman’s description of sleep apnea and inform them properly about the alternatives to CPAP, which we feel are easier and more effective,” Dillard said.

Common signs of sleep apnea include loud snoring, waking up throughout the night, and waking up exhausted. Until now, it has been common practice for sufferers of sleep apnea to seek treatment, only to receive inconvenient CPAP therapy.

Dillard and Patel want to emphasize the alternative options that can drastically improve quality of life for sleep apnea sufferers across the country. “Freedom from CPAP” offers the how-to guide that any sleep apnea patient or their spouse should read immediately.

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Freedom from CPAP: Sleep Apnea Hurts, the Cure Doesn’t Have To
By David Dillard and Mayoor Patel
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Google Play and Lulu bookstore

About the author
David G. Dillard, MD and Mayoor Patel, MS have teamed up to provide a uniquely comprehensive overview of sleep apnea from both an ENT and a dental perspective. They currently work and reside in Atlanta, Georgia.

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