2017 was quite the year for CPAP technology! We’ve analyzed our top-selling machines, masks, and more to bring you a round-up of the best of the year. Here, you’ll find a handy list of our star products: the best CPAP machines, masks, & more!
You’ve done your sleep study and your doctor now recommends a CPAP device, so how do you know who the best CPAP supplier is when it is time to select a device and accessories? Read on to find out!
Overeating and binge drinking are quite common during the holiday months, but did you know that both can worsen Sleep Apnea? Here are some tips on how to enjoy yourself this holiday season, while keeping your respiratory health in mind.
A restful night of sleep shouldn’t be a pipe dream. Today’s CPAP devices (and oxygen concentrators) can help you enjoy the comfortable and safe night of sleep you deserve! Here are some important tips for getting better sleep through your CPAP therapy device.
Monitoring and understanding the data that your CPAP machine records every night will help you and your doctor figure out if CPAP therapy is working for you, as well as where it could be improved. Explore the unique metrics you should track while undergoing CPAP therapy with this quick, easy to follow guide.
Your doctor might prescribe the use of an oxygen concentrator in order to treat respiratory issues like COPD or Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Following your doctor’s instructions and using an oxygen concentrator can improve your life in several ways, let’s explore them in more detail.
In order to get treatment for Sleep Apnea or other sleep-related issues, most people have to get through a sleep study test to determine their actual diagnoses, as well as the best course of treatment for each individual. Read to learn more about what to expect during a sleep study test.
We know adjusting to your CPAP equipment can be challenging, but don’t give up just yet! We’ve gathered a list of the 12 most common CPAP problems from real users and we are sharing our best and easiest fixes for your CPAP issues.
Approximately 80% of Sleep Apnea cases go undiagnosed and untreated. This could be catastrophic to those who do not know they suffer from Sleep Apnea and are not seeking treatment. This article will help you determine if the symptoms you are experiencing should be cause for concern and how you can talk to a medical professional about Sleep Apnea symptoms and its treatment options.
Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder that can become dangerous and even life-threatening if paired with the consumption of alcohol and/or certain drugs. Find out how drugs and alcohol can exacerbate the symptoms of Sleep Apnea and what you can do to prevent it.