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February 23, 2021 - CPAP therapy tips
How to Use CPAP With a Stuffy Nose - 3 Solutions Do you wish there was a CPAP setting for a stuffy nose? Nasal congestion from a cold or allergies makes it difficult to breathe out of your nose while asleep and symptoms may be worse for people who have sleep apnea. A blocked nose may also result in mouth breathing, which can lead to less effective CPAP therapy for those who wear a nasal or pillow mask.
September 9, 2019 - CPAP therapy tips
Every month we get questions from you, our readers! In this section, our experts answer your most common questions around CPAP machines and supplies as well as how to get a better night’s sleep. We hope you’ll find these helpful and supportive of your treatment journey. As always, if you have any comments or questions, we’d love to hear from you!How often do I change the filter in my CPAP machine?
April 1, 2019 - CPAP therapy tips
Spring pollen, dust and allergens are just around the corner. Let's face it - the more comfortable your CPAP treatment is, the easier it is to use. Replacing masks and filters and routine cleaning are necessary, but there are many other CPAP comfort accessories that can contribute to a better overall CPAP experience.
November 27, 2018 - CPAP therapy tips
Is your mask leaving marks on your face? Have you ever awakened to find red lines across your face left there by your CPAP mask and headgear the night before? A new innovation in accessories is finally making CPAP masks comfortable for those who suffer from CPAP marks.
October 15, 2018 - CPAP therapy tips
What are the risks and benefits of cannabis? Can medical cannabis help treat obstructive sleep apnea? Join us in looking at the most relevant research on the issue
July 26, 2018 - CPAP therapy tips
It is not uncommon to start feeling daytime sleepiness, headaches, irritability, snoring or other sleep apnea symptoms months or years after a period of successful CPAP therapy. This is often a sign that something is not quite right with your CPAP therapy.