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Which CPAP Mask Is Best for Me?

Posted by RemZzzs on Mar 16, 2018 10:38:48 AM

There are many types of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) devices available today, and they're made with a broad range of different types of mask configurations, sizes, and brands. It can seem tough to choose the right one for you, and that's totally understandable. We're here to help! 

In this article, we describe each of the major types of CPAP masks in detail, and then we'll recommend the perfect RemZzzs® mask liners to make each mask as comfortable, effective, and easy to use as possible.

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Will Medicare Pay for a CPAP Device?

Posted by RemZzzs on Mar 7, 2018 7:09:00 AM


Does Medicare pay for CPAP Equipment? Snoring is no fun. But if it’s sleep apnea you’re suffering from, a cranky partner is the least of your concerns. With obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you’re in danger of contracting a whole host of other serious ailments, including diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, and depression.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, more than 18 million U.S. adults suffer from sleep apnea, with prevalence as high as 10% to 20% in children who snore habitually. OSA happens to both genders in all age groups.

Thankfully, there’s continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy for sleep apnea sufferers. But will Medicare and other insurances cover the cost of CPAP machine usage?

The answer is yes, but you must meet certain conditions – very specific conditions, in fact.

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Learn to Spot the Signs & Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

Posted by RemZzzs on Mar 2, 2018 10:27:37 AM

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a health issue that affects as many as 10% of adults in the U.S. today. It's a sleep disorder that causes interruptions in breathing, keeping oxygen from getting into the body, and often leading to restless sleep.

Sufferers who don't treat their sleep apnea face many serious health risks, including high blood pressure (hypertension), irregular heartbeat, heart disease, heart attack, stroke, Type-2 diabetes, and others. They also rarely enjoy a restful night's sleep, leading to chronic fatigue and even a greater risk of traffic accidents.

That's why it's important to understand the symptoms of sleep apnea and learn to spot the signs so you can seek a diagnosis from a sleep doctor. Getting the right treatment for OSA can make a huge difference in sleep quality and help prevent more serious health problems!

The symptoms of sleep apnea are broken down into two main categories: night-time symptoms and day-time symptoms.

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