Bookmark this site right away because it is the only website where you can do all of the following in one spot: You can join and talk with other snorers and CPAP users in the CPAP forum, read all the latest OSA and CPAP news as well as general industry coverage on the CPAP Blog, watch equipment reviews and educational clips on the Video Blog, find Sleep Clinics in the UK and abroad and browse all available continuous positive airway pressure resources there are around the internet such as OSA Research Papers and general CPAP & OSA Web Links.
Anything not covered here can be found via the Google powered search at the top of the page. We will also answer your questions about continuous positive airway pressure as a treatment for obstructive sleep apnea in our CPAP FAQ. Many common questions have been answered there already!
Every "info-block" on this one page updates fully automatically as and when new links and information become available. So check back regularly if you want to find out all there is about sleep apnea!
Puffin, a member of our CPAP Forums, demonstrates his Respironics Remstar M-Series CPAP Machine in this great (prize-winning) video. He clearly d... >> Read More
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The NHS reports that in the UK alone, there are over 160,000 undiagnosed sufferers of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Many don't even know there is something (potentially deadly) wrong with their sleep! This calls for an increased effort to raise awareness. Hence this site!
You can chat about anything related to sleep apnoea in the CPAP forum, read all the latest OSA and CPAP news as well as general industry coverage on the CPAP Blog and Video Blog, find Sleep Clinics in the UK and abroad and browse all available continuous positive airway pressure resources there are around the internet such as OSA Research Papers and general CPAP & OSA Web Links. The most frequently asked questions about snoring, sleep apnea and CPAP treatment are answered in the CPAP FAQ.
Did you know that in the United States they spell out the A part of OSA like "Apnea" whereas here in the UK we write "Apnoea"? Besides these two official ways of spelling out OSA, we also see people spell it like "Sleep Apneoa", "Sleep Apner", "Sleep Apnia", "Sleep Aponea" and "Sleepapnia".
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