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Silicone vs. Memory Foam: Which is Better for CPAP Masks?

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a relatively common condition and studies indicate that it may affect more than one ...

ZephAir Hose Connector: A Review

It can be tempting to leave your CPAP device at home when traveling. Whether you are packing for a holiday or a busin...

CPAP Dust Cover and Mat: A Review

A CPAP machine is a compact device that will sit on a bedside table. Most machines will contain a heated humidifier t...

RemZzzs CPAP Liners: A Review

Many with obstructive sleep apnea rely on Continuous Positive Airway Pressure devices to ensure a good night's sleep....

Mouth Breathers: How to Keep Your Mouth Shut With CPAP

Using a Positive Airway Pressure device is widely acknowledged to be the best way of treating obstructive sleep apnea...

Overcoming Aerophagia: Tips to Prevent Swallowing Air With Your PAP Device

Someone with sleep apnea can awake multiple times every hour as the brain prompts the body to wake for air. Left untr...

Quiet Nights: How Do I Stop My PAP from Gurgling?

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is effective at improving your sleep, although it can take some people a l...

Traveling with a CPAP Machine: Does It Count as Carry-on Luggage?

CPAP is a leading treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. It uses a machine that delivers pressurized air through a mask to prevent the collapse of the upper airways as you sleep. 

ResMed CPAP Power Cord Compatibility: Which Cords Work with Your Device?

Everything wears out eventually! This is true of home appliances, automobiles, and anything else we use in our everyday lives. 

Pros & Cons of Buying USED PAP Machine

PAP ( positive air pressure) machines are used to treat obstructive sleep apnea. They use positive air pressure to keep the airways open during sleep to prevent intermittent breathing stoppages which cause poor sleep and excessive snoring. 

APAP vs BiPAP vs CPAP: Understanding the Differences Between Common Sleep Apnea Treatments

Sleep apnea is a disorder that results in pauses to your breathing while you sleep. The most common form of the disorder is obstructive sleep apnea, where breathing difficulties are caused by a narrowing of the upper airways. The brain responds to the drop in blood oxygen levels by prompting the body to wake for air.
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