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10 Benefits of CPAP Therapy That Will Make You Love Your CPAP

An estimated 25 million Americans suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). However, current research results show only 60% of those individuals are actually using a CPAP machine every night(1). Adapting to CPAP therapy can be challenging, but it’s important to remember Sleep Apnea is a dangerous condition that does not get better on its own. There are many CPAP benefits that you’ll get if you regularly use your CPAP. Here are ten exceptional CPAP benefits you may not know about!

1. Feel Refreshed and Refueled

Feel a resurgence of energy. After only a few weeks of use, CPAP therapy may improve your energy, providing you with a fresh lease on life(2)!

2. Love Your Heart

For people with Obstructive Sleep Apnea, maintaining a healthy heart can start with CPAP therapy. Sleeping disorders often manifest other underlying issues such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.

When people with Obstructive Sleep Apnea are treated using CPAP therapy, they may attain significantly lower blood pressure, allowing some patients to cut back on their blood pressure medications(3). There are many things we can do to keep our heart healthy and for Obstructive Sleep Apnea sufferers, CPAP therapy should be at the top of the list! This is a great benefit to using CPAP that many people may not know about.

3. Is Your CPAP Machine Not Agreeing With You? Switch to APAP!

No Joke! Some users may benefit exceptionally well from using an APAP machine instead of a CPAP machine! Do you sleep in different positions during the night, have difficulties falling asleep at high pressures, or experience bloating?

An APAP machine adjusts the ideal pressure based on detection of the patient’s breathing patterns providing the appropriate pressure for a comfortable night’s sleep.

4. Allure Beauty from the Beast!

Turn your restless nights into productive beauty sleep. Effective treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea may contribute to improved facial appearance. New research suggests patients who practiced continuous CPAP therapy reduced puffiness and redness in their faces contributing to a more alert and youthful look(4). This one CPAP benefit you may not have heard of, but you’ll be glad it’s there.

5. Dodge Your Spouse’s “Black Belt” Tendencies!

Have you ever felt your spouse seems to be honing their “kicking” skills on you while you’re sleeping? It could be due to your endless snoring which is wreaking havoc on their quality of sleep!

Snoring is often due to Obstructive Sleep Apnea, and without effective therapy, you may not be the only one fatigued – it’s likely your bed partner is too(5). Start a bedtime truce and prevent your spouse from going Bruce Lee on you by engaging in steady CPAP therapy!

6. Ooh, La La! Enhance Intimacy

Intimate relationships play a big part in nurturing a healthy lifestyle. Regrettably, Sleep Apnea patients may experience a lack of intimacy and loss of libido. The good news is, studies have shown that ongoing use of CPAP therapy may significantly improve sexual function and satisfaction(5)(6)(7).

Don’t let Obstructive Sleep Apnea deprive you of intimate moments, keep up with your CPAP routine and get back in the game!

7. Traveling Made Easy

Allowing our body and mind to replenish itself is essential. Breaking out of the daily routine by taking a vacation to see the world and/or enjoy time with family can be wonderful. But, whether your traveling for leisure or work, it is important to remember your CPAP machine. Fortunately, there have been great advancements in travel sized CPAP machines.

The AirMini AutoSet Travel CPAP Machine is one of the lightest and most portable machines. It can easily be added to carry on luggage or a tote making CPAP therapy easy to maintain on the go! Bring your machine on a trip to make sure you get the benefits of using your CPAP and are rested and ready to make the most of your vacation!

8. Save Money!

How? Simple. Sleep Apnea increases the risk of an array of diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, memory loss, depression, and other ailments(8). Controlling other existing diseases may help decrease visits to doctors and hospitals, and possibly lessen the need for prescriptions – saving you time and money.

9. Better Diabetic Control

Sleep Apnea is often a common denominator in people with type 2 diabetes. Steady CPAP therapy can help in controlling diabetes by reducing insulin resistance leading to more stable blood glucose levels(9).

Esra Tasali, MD, assistant professor of medicine, at the University of Chicago Department of Medicine explains “..CPAP treatment of Sleep Apnea across the entire night can improve glucose control and may in some patients have as much of an effect as an oral anti-diabetic medication(10).”

10. What Did You Say? Prevent Hearing Loss.

Is your spouse frustrated at having to repeat what they say to you? Are you fed up with your spouse getting angry at you for not hearing properly and snoring loudly? A recent study showed people with Sleep Apnea have a 90% higher risk of hearing loss.

There is a solution: persistent use of CPAP therapy may reduce or even prevent snoring which causes noise trauma and hearing impairment(11). Implement steady CPAP therapy and ease the tensions in your home!

DISCLAIMER: It’s important to consult a doctor about the ways that CPAP interacts with your other medical conditions. Under no circumstances should you discontinue any medication or treatment without involving your doctor first. While treating Sleep Apnea has many benefits, only your doctor will know for sure how those benefits will impact you.

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  • (1) “When Things Go Wrong With PAP” – Sleep, 2015 (source)
  • (2) “…CPAP Users Feel Refreshed…” – Sleep, January 2011 (source)
  • (3) “Sleep Apnea And Heart Disease” – Sleep, 2016 (source)
  • (4) “Sleep Better, Look Better…” –, September 2013 (source)
  • (5) “The Effect Of Snoring…” – Pub, October 1999 (source)
  • (6) “…CPAP Found To Improve Sexual Function…” – Medical News, June 2012 (source)
  • (7) “Outcome Of CPAP Treatment On Intimate…” – Pub, June 2010 (source)
  • (8) “Sleep Apnea” – Sleep, 2015 (source)
  • (9) “Diabetes And Sleep Apnea…” – Diabetic Living, 2016 (source)
  • (10) “CPAP Improves Glycemic Control…” –, June 2013 (source)
  • (11) “…Sleep Apnea Linked To Hearing Loss” – Sound Sleep, July 2014 (source)

Heather is a creative with an eye for detail and an insatiable love for innovative ideas. Combining creative expression with strategically driven design, she is passionate about generating relative content that explores the necessities and interests of the reader. Since being employed at, she has done extensive research on all aspects of CPAP therapy. Her knowledge of Sleep Apnea and CPAP therapy goes back much further, however, to when a loved one of hers was diagnosed with Sleep Apnea. Devoted to finding the best equipment and CPAP therapy practices for Sleep Apnea patients, Heather continues to gather relevant information which she meticulously curates into her writing and design.

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  1. It all sounds wonderful if only I didn’t have so many problems from my Cpap maybe I could enjoy the benefits.
    My air pressure was recently raised from a ten to thirteen to eighteen. I’ve tried tons of different masks. The full face leaves marks on my face also irritation. It makes my mouth severely dry. It leaks air through out the night. My tongue is totally dried my cheeks stick to my jaw. My teeth are falling out due to the dryness. I have a nasal mask that would work wonderfully if I wasn’t a mouth breather. Chin straps don’t work to keep your mouth closed. Just paid for a new nasal mask with mouth piece I almost lost my front teeth from the mouth piece . plus it makes my nostrils feel like someone lite a fire in them. Not to mention my throat also feels like hot lava going down if I try to swallow. .I’m scheduled to have my four top front teeth extracted and replaced with a partial problems is I’m afraid if I pay the 3 thousand dollars for the partial then have the teeth that hold my partial fall out also due to dryness. I’ll be out all that money for nothing. Now after all that was is the answer?. Moisturizer not it just disturbs my sleep to have to be applying it. The discs that that you stick to the roof of your mouth are not the answer either as there is no saliva in my mouth for it to dissolve. I have hypertension, depression and recently diabetes. All so have had two strokes. Can some one please help?
    A friend suggested I just stop using the Cpap that is a solution if I have a death wish. I’m at a complete loss seems I’ve tried everything . Hoping and praying there is still a solution I may have missed.

  2. I have been using my nasal CPAP machine for over a month and have no benefits. I often wonder what others get from theirs.
    It doesn’t bother me at all while in use, however the following day the mucus in my nose is quite hard and difficult to remove.

    • Hi Pamela, i’m sad to hear that you are not finding that your CPAP machine is beneficial to you. Most folks are able to get better sleep with CPAP Therapy and usually feel more energized during the day. Keep in mind that in most cases it takes more than a month, or two for you to get acclimated in using your machine and for you to have noticeable differences in how you feel.

      Please click the link below to view a product that may provide you relief with the mucus concern that you have.

      Please feel free to reach us at: 1-800-356-5221 for question, or concerns.

      Have a great day!

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