If you're familiar with sleep apnea, you may know that CPAP -- Continuous Positive Airway Pressure therapy -- is the most common treatment for the disorder. CPAP is a very effective treatment for sleep apnea -- when it is used consistently. One of the difficulties associated with CPAP therapy is that people, once prescribed the treatment, don't use it regularly -- or at all. Among the most common complaints? That CPAP, with its rather prominent headpiece, is a romance-killer, a decidedly un-sexy presence in the bedroom.
Before you (or your bedmate) puts that CPAP in the closet to collect dust, you'll want to take note of this news: According to a recent study, CPAP, instead of being