How to Choose the Perfect CPAP Mask for You

Posted by Eden Coleman on Oct 5, 2016 4:03:56 PM

According to the Sleep Foundation, more than 18 million Americans are diagnosed with sleep apnea.

If you are apart of those more than 18 million Americans to receive a sleep apnea diagnosis, your next step will be to pursue treatment.

Typically this will begin with the prescription for a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) treatment device. If you are confused on the different PAP machines available, check out our article CPAP vs. BiPAP: Defining the Differences.

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Topics: Sleep Apnea

CPAP vs. BiPAP: Defining the Differences

Posted by Eden Coleman on Oct 9, 2015 2:11:47 PM

When diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), central sleep apnea (CSA) or complex sleep apnea, you may be confused on the differences and benefits of a CPAP, BiPAP, Auto-CPAP, VPAP, and ASV device. Depending on your diagnosis different machines will be more beneficial than another. After this you will be equipped with the knowledge to make the most informed purchasing decision according to your prescription so you can enjoy the highest level of sleep apnea treatment quality. Remember to always follow your prescription, as a CPAP prescription won’t work for a BiPAP prescription and vice versa.

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Topics: Sleep Apnea