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Spring cleaning tips for CPAP users

Spring cleaning tips for CPAP users

You know that feeling when your room is tidy, your bed is made and your sheets are fresh? Do you relish the sense of calm when everything is in it...
CPAP therapy: Your key to anti-aging?

CPAP therapy: Your key to anti-aging?

By Marygrace Taylor Talk about beauty rest: For sleep apnea patients, using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) can do more than help you...
Activated oxygen: A scientifically proven way to clean your CPAP

Activated oxygen: A scientifically proven way to clean your CPAP

For a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine to be effective, it needs two things from you: — Use your CPAP machine consistently, as p...
Think you have sleep apnea? What to do about it

Think you have sleep apnea? What to do about it

By Gina Roberts-Grey If your partner complains about your snoring, if you feel fatigued or often wake up with a dry mouth or sore throat, you coul...
AirFit F30: A modern take on the full face mask

AirFit F30: A modern take on the full face mask

If you’re a full face mask wearer, you probably appreciate the reliability it provides while accepting that it covers more of your face than other...
Get more comfortable in the cold

Get more comfortable in the cold

  When the weather outside is frightful, using humidification can make CPAP therapy more delightful. Cold, dry air: Is often less comfortable t...
Living with CPAP: 7 tips for a better experience

Living with CPAP: 7 tips for a better experience

Getting used to CPAP therapy isn’t always easy. As many people with sleep apnea can attest to, the first time you try your CPAP mask: you h...
OSA–COPD overlap syndrome: What to know

OSA–COPD overlap syndrome: What to know

At least 1 in 10 people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) also have COPD (known as overlap syndrome).1 On their own, both chronic conditions lowe...
Time for a new CPAP machine?

Time for a new CPAP machine?

You probably know that you need to regularly replace your CPAP mask, cushions and tubing. But what about the actual CPAP machine? How often sh...
Keeping it clean: CPAP hygiene

Keeping it clean: CPAP hygiene

Daily cleaning Mask: Remove the mask/nasal pillows from the headgear. Clean with warm, soapy water. Rinse. Air dry. Tubing: Wash in warm soap...
ClimateLineAir and CPAP Rainout

ClimateLineAir and CPAP Rainout

Uncomfortable therapy due to a dry mouth can be one of the most discouraging side effects of using a CPAP machine. Humidification during therapy c...
Don't take a break from your CPAP

Don't take a break from your CPAP

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machines, commonly known as CPAPs, are a real game changer for those suffering from sleep apnea, in which brea...