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Mouth Breathing & CPAP Therapy: Our Tips for Proper Breathing & Dry-Mouth Prevention

Posted by RemZzzs on Feb 12, 2019 11:09:43 AM

Many people who use CPAP therapy to treat their sleep apnea, struggle with mouth breathing, which can cause persistent dry-mouth and dry airways. There are many reasons why some CPAP users breathe through their mouths, but the good news is that there are some easy and effective ways to avoid these types of CPAP problems. Here are our top-4 tips for breathing during CPAP therapy and how to prevent problems with dry-mouth.

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Sleep Apnea Equipment: How Do CPAP Machines Work?

Posted by RemZzzs on Jan 28, 2019 12:03:05 PM

Sleep apnea sufferers often get prescribed continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy by their sleep doctors. With proper CPAP medical equipment and CPAP therapy, most patients experience better sleep with less fatigue during the day and fewer associated health problems as well. But, how do CPAP machines help sufferers sleep through the night? Let's take a closer look at CPAP therapy and explore how CPAP machines work to treat sleep apnea.

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Are You a CPAP User? Here's How to Get Deeper Sleep

Posted by RemZzzs on Jan 22, 2019 10:00:00 AM

If you suffer from sleep apnea and use CPAP therapy to treat it, you may still find it tough to get restful sleep. In addition to CPAP problems, there are a multitude of factors inhibiting you from experiencing a good night's rest. In this article, we talk about the stages of sleep and how to sleep more deeply, night after night.

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How to Choose a Travel CPAP Machine

Posted by RemZzzs on Dec 10, 2018 9:30:00 AM

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines help people suffering from sleep  apena  to sleep through the night. Since using a CPAP machine consistently is part of a doctor-prescribed treatment for sleep apnea, it's very important for CPAP users to use their equipment as instructed. That often means using their CPAP machine most nights or even every single night.

This can be challenging for CPAP users who are traveling, as standard CPAP medical equipment is often large, bulky, and difficult to  pack,  transport, and set up outside of the home. That can make it very difficult for sleep apnea sufferers to travel while keeping up their compliance with their prescribed treatment.

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