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  • Sleep Apnea Machine - Effective Treatment for Sweet Sleep
    Sleep apnea is a disorder whereby you experience a pause in your breathing during sleep. When breathing resumes, you will normally make a choking or grunting noise. A person with sleep apnea cannot know that they have the condition and it is also difficult to diagnose it. Family members and partners are the ones who will usually observe that there is a problem due to the noises made by the sufferer during sleep.
  • CPAP Machines - Enjoy Comfortable, Safe Sleep
    CPAP machines have a motor which sucks in air at room temperature and applies the required amount of pressure to the air to ensure that your airway does not collapse. A filter is fitted on the inlet of the machine which keeps out unwanted particles. The motor produces minimum noise when in use and will therefore not interrupt the sleep of others in the room.
  • How A CPAP Machine Can Boost Intimacy
    If you're affected by sleep apnoea, you're probably already aware of CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machines. They offer an effective treatment therapy for relieving sleep apnoea. The only problem is that people have the mistaken impression that it's a complete romance-killer in the bedroom.
  • CPAP Machine: Common Side Effects
    For those suffering from sleep apnea, CPAP has played a great role in ensuring that they have quality sleep every night. It is usually a painless experience and has little side effects. Your doctor may have recommended that you begin CPAP therapy, but you're worried about what kind of effects it may have on you, below are some of the side effects that you may experience.
  • Differences Between A CPAP And BIPAP Machine
    The downside with CPAP machines is that they deliver a single pressure throughout. Some patients have complained about the pressure makes it difficult to sleep at night. This has been addressed by including a ramp feature in some CPAP machines that allows lower pressure of air to be delivered, which gradually increases throughout the night.

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