Screen and treat OSA patients for insomnia before starting CPAP

People with obstructive sleep apnoea should be evaluated for co-occurring insomnia and considered for cognitive and behavioural therapy before starting CPAP therapy, Australian sleep physicians have advised. Professor Doug McEvoy and co-researchers from the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health at Flinders University, South Australia, have shown that  in people with co-occurring OSA and insomnia the ...

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