If you’re getting used to a new CPAP machine, it’s common to feel worse in the beginning. Here, we talk about some reasons why that may be the case and tips on how to stick with your CPAP therapy program.
CPAP therapy is the leading treatment for Sleep Apnea, but how do you know if it’s working? Here, we examine some of the most common concerns during CPAP treatment and what you can do to remedy the problem.
Struggling with CPAP therapy comfort? Here are some tips and tricks to help get adjusted to CPAP therapy, and start reaping the benefits.
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!
How often should you change your CPAP mask? Find out here!
This article is a resource for anyone confused by some of the CPAP terms that are floating around the internet or in the doctor’s office. We have the definitions of 30 common CPAP terms in one resource. Stop by and be in the know!
Ever wanted to decode your CPAP data? Stop by to find out what AHI, leak, pressure, and usage mean and how to understand your data!
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!
Stop by to discover the pros and cons of the three different types of CPAP masks: full face, nasal, and nasal pillow. See what makes them different and learn how each can be effective for your treatment.