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CPAP Masks, Machines and Supplies
Sporting the new, customer-centric SilentVent™ Elbow, the CPAP Supplies Plus Whisper Soft Nasal Mask is the ideal CPAP experience. The elbow has a unique mesh that provides silent therapy and continuous sleep.
The PureSom CPAP machine is small, lightweight, and very quiet. This travel-friendly machine has an LCD display, altitude adjustment, and universal power supply.
The Swift™ FX Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask uses a fluid form to allow movement without a reduction in pressure. Its lightweight tubing provides a stable and comfortable mask that will have you sleeping well in no time. Sold with headgear.
The new tube cleaning system from AG provides an all in one solution for maintaining healthy CPAP tubing!
This disposable bacteria filter attaches between your CPAP machine and your CPAP tubing to provide post-machine bacteria filtering.
This brush can clean tubes up to 10ft, and delivers a fresher clean that swishing alone cannot.
The PR 150 CPAP machine offers breakthrough System One technologies like Humidity Control with Dry Box and Resistance Control to deliver easy-to-control and effective CPAP therapy.
The IntelliPAP APAP machine is the quietest on the market and features automatic altitude adjustment, delayed ramp pressure, and large backlit buttons.
The EasyFit SilkGel Full Face CPAP Mask has a unique scalloped design that improves the seal while fitting a wide variety of facial profiles. In addition, the ultra-soft coating of the mask and forehead cushion offer unbeatable comfort.
What is Sleep Apnea?
In some people, the windpipe that brings air into the body is blocked during sleep. This keeps the lungs from getting enough air. This is called obstructive sleep apnea. People who have sleep apnea stop breathing for 10 to 30 seconds at a time while they are sleeping. These stops can happen up to 400 times every night. The consequences of these disturbances can be serious and sometimes life-threatening.
What happens when you Stop Breathing During Sleep?
If you have sleep apnea, you stop breathing during sleep, and the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood is upset. This imbalance stimulates the brain to restart the breathing process. The brain signals you to wake up so that the muscles of the tongue and throat can increase the size of the airway. Then, carbon dioxide can escape, and oxygen can enter the airway. These waking episodes are necessary to restart breathing (and to save your life), but you become sleep-deprived.
How do CPAP Machines Work?
CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. CPAP Machines are used to alleviate the effects of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, which is the closure or partial closure of your airways during sleep. Upon preparing for sleep, patients simply turn on the machine and wear the CPAP mask.. The CPAP system allows the patient to breath freely by blowing air into the nostrils to keep the airway passages open.
What are the symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
- Frequent cessation of breathing (apnea) during sleep.
- Your sleep partner may notice repeated silences from your side of the bed.
- Choking or gasping during sleep to get air into the lungs
- Loud snoring
- Sudden awakenings to restart breathing
- Waking up in a sweat during the night
- Feeling unrefreshed in the morning after a night's sleep
- Headaches, sore throat, or dry mouth in the mornings after waking up
- Daytime sleepiness, including falling asleep at inappropriate times, such as during driving or at work
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Additional CPAP Information
About CPAP Filters
About CPAP Humidifiers
About CPAP Machines
About CPAP Masks
About CPAP Wholesale
About Full Face CPAP Masks
About Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Advantages Of Bipap
Care Of CPAP Equipment
CPAP Hcpcs Codes
CPAP Tubing Rainout
Gel Or Silicone CPAP Mask
Passover Or Heated Humidifier