What's the best pillow for sleep apnea?

Other treatments. You should consider other treatments if you suspect that you have sleep apnea.
Positional pillow. It is a pillow designed to keep your body on side with yourhead supported and your neck elongated, as it can help to alleviate the interuption of breathing caused by blockage.

Related Questions

Does cervical pillows help sleep apnea?

Cervical pillows. It depends upon the body position that causes the most apneas. For many people, sleeping on their backs allows their jaws and tongue to drop back as gravity takes over the relaxed muscles and cause a blockage of the airway- often noted with snoring. So while the pillow may provide cervical support, it might better be used by lying on one's side, if that is possible. Read more...

Is sleep apnea related to COPD and/or asthma? What are some effective treatments for someone with sleep apnea and COPD - cpap, bipap, pillows?

Here we go? No, not related. Treatment is with a c-pap machine are others as you listed. Care is directed by someone trained in sleep disorders. You can have COPD and other lung diseases but not related to sleep apnea. Together, they are difficult. Read more...
No. Sleep apnea is not related to COPD or asthma. Sleep apnea and asthma sometimes share a common risk factor: obesity. Cpap/bipap therapy for sleep apnea can have the added benefit of providing additional support for people with advanced copd. CPAP is not indicated for the treatment of COPD in the home setting. Read more...
Sort of. Sleep apnea can be present in any patient, whether with COPD or not. Sleep apnea can make a COPD patient feel worse and do worse. The treatment can be anything that you mentioned: cpap, bipap. A sleep study will determine what treatment is best. Read more...