Research shows that insomnia is a frequent complication of sleep apnea and that sleep apnea is typically more severe when accompanied by insomnia (source: National Sleep Foundation).
In addition, we find that most sleep apnea patients, especially those new to PAP therapy, have trouble falling asleep as they get used to wearing a mask and using the equipment. If you have trouble sleeping, especially during the first 30 days of your initial CPAP conditioning period, consider adding Glysonna to your nightly CPAP routine for a deeper and more restorative sleep.
If you are using a prescription sleep drug or OTC sleep aid we recommend that you read the section on this website regarding Sleep Drugs and visit WebMD. Sleep apnea patients need to have an understanding that prescription sleep drugs are not for consistent use over long periods of time and some can actually be respiratory depressants when used excessively
As with any other dietary supplement, you should consult with your doctor or pharmacist before taking Glysonna