Tips for Choosing the Best CPAP Mask

Wednesday, 19 July 2017 by
Do you get claustrophobic easily? Are you a mouth-breather? Do you experience allergies that block your sinuses? Believe it or not, these are just a few of the questions you should be asking yourself when choosing a CPAP mask. This can feel overwhelming at first, but by assessing your sleep habits, breathing patterns, and general comfort preferences, you can confidently...
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How to Talk to Your Partner About Sleep Apnea

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 by
It’s not always easy discussing medical problems with a loved one, but (as with most aspects of a healthy relationship) communication is key. Dealing with sleep apnea can take a toll on the patient and their partner, so it’s important for both sides to know how to best approach this topic of conversation.Here are some helpful guidelines for couples to...
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How To Tell If Your CPAP Machine Needs Cleaning

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 by
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy can make a world of difference for the millions of Americans who suffer from sleep apnea, but to get the most out of this gold-standard treatment, it’s important to make CPAP cleaning a top priority. Dirty CPAP equipment not only puts you at risk of getting sick, it also reduces the effectiveness of CPAP...
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How Often Should You Replace Your CPAP Equipment?

Friday, 23 June 2017 by
CPAP maintenance is an essential component of CPAP therapy. Part of that involves replacing your CPAP equipment regularly. This is important for two key reasons: 1) hygiene and 2) keeping your CPAP supplies functioning optimally so that you get the most out of CPAP therapy.How often you should replace your CPAP equipment can vary depending on a number of factors....
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