Changing your sleep position from your back to your side can dramatically improve your AHI. It can be difficult to do, but there’s some strategies that can help. Find out here!
The winter months often bring with them common colds and flus, and those with Sleep Apnea may find themselves struggling to use their CPAP machines with a stuffy nose or cough. Here are a few tips and tricks you can implement to ensure that you get a good night’s sleep, even when you’re feeling under the weather.
Not using your CPAP machine? Here’s 10 outstanding benefits that you’ll get if you use your CPAP machine on a regular basis. If you’re not using your CPAP machine, stop by to see what you’re missing!
ResMed MyAir has quickly become one of the most popular ways for CPAP users to manage their CPAP therapy! Why?…
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.
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.
Let’s face it: it is not easy to get used to CPAP therapy! Especially when it seems like there are a bunch of little issues that come up around it every time you put on that CPAP mask. Read on to find simple fixes to the most common issues around CPAP therapy so you can successfully continue your treatment of Sleep Apnea without the hassle.
Whether you’re traveling for the adventure of a lifetime or just business– it is important to be properly prepared to…
Check out these top 5 travel tips from fellow CPAP users to ease therapy into your trip. We asked two of our experts to share what they’ve learned over the past 15 years…
Good sleep is worth fighting for. Sometimes even though the benefits are clear (alertness, energy, and better overall health) the first step is usually the most challenging. If you’ve been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and have given up on your treatment, I’d like to encourage you to pick it back up. Check out this blog for tips to help you succeed.