5 TrustPilot Rating

CPAP Blog

All about CPAP & Sleep Apnoea

  • The Effects of Winter on Sleep Apnoea and CPAP Therapy

    The Effects of Winter on Sleep Apnoea and CPAP TherapyA study carried out in Brazil found there is a 6% increase in people with sleep apnoea who report having more severe symptoms in winter compared to summer. The average number of interruptions to sleep each hour also rises in the winter to 18 times an hour from 15. The main... Read More

  • The Lifestyle Changes Required With CPAP Therapy

    CPAP therapy can take some getting used to -- and requires lifestyle changes to help it succeed. Let’s examine the steps you can take to adapt successfully. The Lifestyle Changes Required With CPAP Therapy Comfortable Mask Wearing a mask which fits and is comfortable is one of the key elements of CPAP therapy. Masks can cover the nose or be... Read More

  • Oxygen Generators & CPAP Machines: What’s the Difference?

    Many individuals suffer from breathing problems that would have caused them a great deal of discomfort in the past. Still, we need to keep in mind that technology has advanced at a breakneck pace in recent years. This has resulted in the development of numerous methods to treat respiratory and sleep-related conditions such as obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). Oxygen Generators... Read More

  • Benefits of the ResMed AirFit 30 CPAP Masks

    The good news is that many CPAP units have taken on a decidedly ergonomic edge. ResMed AirFit 30 CPAP Mask They are extremely comfortable and still capable of providing you with the positive airway pressure required to obtain a restful night of sleep. This brings us to the next main point. What are some of the features associated with the... Read More

  • The Provent Sleep Therapy Kit

    Although the primary treatment course for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy, some users can struggle to come to terms with using it. The Provent Sleep Therapy Kit The Provent Sleep Therapy Starter Kit can offer an alternative solution. Aimed primarily at mild to moderate OSA, the sleep therapy kit is a non-invasive treatment involving... Read More

  • The Links Between Nasal Congestion and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

    Nasal congestion & OSA The respiratory tract is a complicated system and while intended to provide our bodies with the life-giving oxygen needed to survive, problems can occur. One common ailment is known as non-allergenic rhinitis. As many are not overly familiar with this term, it is a good idea to take a closer look at what it entails. We... Read More

Items 1 to 6 of 140 total

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. ...
  7. 24