Do you have excessive daytime sleepiness because of obstructive sleep apnea, even though you use a CPAP machine? You may struggle with activities that others take for granted, such as working, driving, and watching television. Even spending time with family and friends can be difficult when you’re constantly fighting to stay awake.
If you use a CPAP machine for obstructive sleep apnea, but are still tired during the day, you may be eligible for a clinical research study.
This clinical study is testing an investigational drug to see if it could potentially be a safe and effective way to help increase wakefulness for people with obstructive sleep apnea who experience excessive daytime sleepiness.
You may qualify for this study if you:
Study participation will last approximately 6 weeks, including an 8-day stay in the study clinic. You will be reimbursed for your time and travel.
- Are 18–67 years old
- Have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea
- Experience excessive daytime sleepiness despite using CPAP
- Go to bed between 9 pm and midnight and get at least 6.5 hours of sleep nightly
- Meet additional requirements as determined by a screening process
To learn more about the study including the possible risks and benefits of participation, or to see if you may qualify for this study, please visit www.Sparkle2001osa.com.
Thank you for your consideration.
The Sparkle 2001 Study Team