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Is Your CPAP Making You Sick?

There are many proven benefits to using a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine to treat sleep apnea. These include reduced daytime sleepiness, better mood, improved blood pressure, and an enhanced quality of life.

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CPAP Filters: Why CPAP Filters Are So Important

About 30 million people in the United States have sleep apnea. This type of sleep-related breathing disorder can affect the quality of sleep and can cause exhaustion during the day.

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The Link Between Headaches and Sleep Apnea

Around 45 million Americans experience headaches on a regular basis and these can have a big impact on your daily life. These can be caused by a huge range of things and, for some people, headaches will go away with minor lifestyle changes. However, for others, their headaches can be the result of another underlying condition.

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5 Tips To Help You Avoid Taking Off Your CPAP Mask During the Night

Using a continuous positive air pressure (CPAP) mask can effectively treat sleep apnea. It can also be frustrating. Despite your diligence in wearing the CPAP mask whenever you go to bed, you wake up at night to find you inadvertently took it off. This happens because the mask is uncomfortable. Here are five ways to stop taking off your CPAP mask during the night.

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Your Ultimate Checklist for Mask Leaks

Sleep apnea can increase your risk of suffering from several potentially serious health issues such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and depression. If you have sleep apnea, your doctor may have already advised you to use a CPAP machine.

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How Often Should a Sleep Study Be Done To Check on Pressure?

Conducting a sleep study used to be a major inconvenience, but with developments in technology, they are easier than ever and can be conducted in the comfort of your own home! Have you wondered if you might need to have a sleep study done on yourself or wondered if your CPAP pressure is where it should be?

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How to Prevent Nose Sores from CPAP Masks

You need sleep - plenty of it, and good quality too. That’s where your CPAP machine comes in. It’s supposed to be your frontline strategy for sleep apnea treatment.

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How Dirty is Your CPAP?

If you suffer from sleep apnea, then you're probably very attached to your CPAP machine. For those who struggle with breathing at night, it can literally be a lifesaving tool. This is why you want to make sure it's always in the best condition.

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CPAP Cleaners: The Best of the Best

CPAP cleaners are an essential tool for CPAP machine owners. 22 million Americans are affected by sleep apnea. If you have a CPAP machine, a CPAP machine cleaner could change the way you perform CPAP machine maintenance.

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Is Technology Affecting Your Sleep Quality?

Everyone has a sleep routine, but not all routines are good for your sleep quality. 9 out of 10 Americans admit to using some sort of technology to fall asleep and quiet racing thoughts. Whether you turn on a show you've seen a million times or scroll through your phone in bed, those actions can actually hurt how well you sleep.

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How Does Sleep Apnea Affect Your Heart?

Sleep apnea is a moderately common disease that can affect both men and women. Although often written off as "just snoring," sleep apnea is a serious condition that can have devastating consequences.

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Using Your CPAP With Congestion

Trying to sleep while congested is difficult. For the 25 million people in the United States who have sleep apnea, it's even harder. CPAP users will find it tough to wake up rested if they're tossing all night from nasal congestion.

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7 Ways to CPAP Better in 2022

Tips and suggestions to help you CPAP better in 2022. You're already burdened by the sleep apnea, don't make it harder than it has to be.

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How to Use FSA for Your Eligible CPAP Supplies

Want to know how to get the best bang for your buck when it comes to buying CPAP supplies? You may be able to pay for your treatment with money you already have tucked away.

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