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CPAP Newsletter: Get Some Peace and Quiet
Quiet CPAP Therapy
Get Some Peace and Quiet
4 Tips to Help Quiet Down Your CPAP Therapy
Location, Location, Location
Did you know where you place your machine can play a factor in how much humming you hear? Try using a longer hose (8 or 10 foot) for more range.
Know Your Decibels
Decibel ratings are a way to determine how much noise is emitting from your CPAP. Some of the quietest machines (AirSense™ 10 or Transcend) on the market are as low as 26.6 dBA, a little louder than rustling leaves. 
Seal Out Sound
Your CPAP is not the only source of sound. Masks often contribute to a higher noise level especially if you are experiencing leaks. Mask liners help prevent leaks, plus can lessen irritation marks.
Tone it Down
Use CPAP technology to your advantage. The Q-Tube is a small device designed to muffle CPAP sound by placing it inline with your CPAP hose.
Try out masks that are designed for a quieter experience.
Accessories That Will Help Keep the Sound Down
Add any of these accessories to sleep more soundly.