BOSTON (CBS) – Fifteen-percent of men and five-percent of women suffer from sleep apnea.
Treatment at night with a special machine is crucial but can be a real nuisance. But a local company has developed a new device that could be life-changing for patients.
For years, Kristen Balderston’s husband and kids told her that she snored.
“I didn’t believe them,” she admits, but a sleep study told her otherwise. “I not only had sleep apnea,” says Kristen, “I had serious sleep apnea.”