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  1. CPAP vs BiPAP

    Confused about the difference between CPAP and BiPAP machines? We'll break down how these PAP therapies work, their differences, and who they work best for.

  2. CPAP: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure

    Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is often used to treat obstructive sleep apnea and other types of sleep-disordered breathing.

  3. ASV Machines

    Unlike CPAP machines, ASV machines dynamically adjust air pressure levels throughout the night. Learn why this may be better for certain types of sleep apnea.

  4. How to Clean a CPAP Machine

    Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines are a standard treatment for sleep apnea, a serious breathing disorder. While they are an effective way to treat sleep apnea, CPAP machines do require frequent care and cleaning. Given that the mask, tubing, and other components are breathed into and deliver air throughout the night, their cleanliness can […]

  5. APAP vs CPAP

    If you are wondering what the difference between an APAP and CPAP machine is, you or someone close to you has likely been diagnosed with sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious disorder that causes the body to repeatedly stop breathing during sleep. There are three types: Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): The muscles in […]

  6. How to Use a CPAP Machine for Better Sleep

    Learn more about how these medical devices can make a big difference in nighttime comfort for people with breathing issues.

  7. CPAP Benefits

    Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is an effective treatment for sleep apnea. Learn more about potential CPAP benefits.

  8. Sleep Apnea Mouth Guards

    A sleep apnea mouth guard can be an effective alternative to CPAP therapy, but they’re not for everyone. Learn more to see if you may be a good candidate.

  9. What Is Inspire Sleep Apnea Treatment and Does It Work?

    Need to know more about the Inspire Sleep Apnea Treatment? We explain how it works, who is eligible, and what makes it different from CPAP therapy.

  10. Aerophagia

    If you feel bloated and gassy while on continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, it may be a sign of aerophagia. Learn about symptoms and treatments.