Treatment with CPAP doesn’t appear to help with symptoms of dysfunctional breathing in adults with newly diagnosed obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), Australian research shows. In a prospective study at the Gold Coast University Hospital, almost half (47.6%) of 84 OSA patients referred for CPAP had dysfunctional breathing as indicated by a high Nijmegen questionnaire (NQ) ...
CPAP helps with sleep but not dysfunctional breathing
By Mardi Chapman
25 May 2020