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  • Provent Sleep Therapy now available from CPAP.co.uk

    Provent Sleep Therapy is now available for patients to purchase from Intus Healthcare through CPAP.co.uk. Provent Sleep Therapy is a clinically proven treatment for Mild to Moderate Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. Two vents cover the nostrils, providing resistance on exhalation which creates positive pressure in the airway. An alternative to CPAP therapy It is intended for use by those who have been unable to maintain compliance with CPAP therapy; instead providing... More

  • Intus Healthcare relaunch CPAP.co.uk

    CPAP.co.uk has long been a valuable source of information and advice for OSA patients. However the original version was becoming dated, so Intus Healthcare have given it a significant overhaul to allow it to become more useful than ever before. Among a notable visual overhaul, the new site features: Advice and information section dedicated to snoring, OSA and CPAP Information about related conditions, such as COPD, Diabetes and Restless Leg... More

  • Frequently asked questions about travelling with CPAP

    The summer is here and many people will be going on holiday over the coming weeks. Taking a CPAP machine with you can raise a few questions however - so here is some useful information to note if you're jetting off soon. Do I need an adapter plug for mains power? Most CPAP machines use a figure-8 mains lead (right), and can accept any voltage between 100-240V. This means you can... More

  • Number of NHS sleep studies double in a decade

    The number of people in the UK getting a sleep study conducted by the NHS has doubled from 10 years ago, accordingly to a recent BBC News story. 69,919 studies were conducted in 2007/8, whereas last year saw this increase to 147,610. This is the total for all sleep studies, and there are a number of different tests for various conditions. However, Sleep Apnoea is the most common sleep disorder in... More

  • The Zeez Sleep Pebble; designed to improve your sleep

    For those having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, you might be interested in the new Zeez device. Programmed to replicate "brainwave pulses" of a good sleeper, it is a device that aims to aid a better nights sleep. Zeez Sleep Pebble by Zeez Technology If you frequently suffer from poor sleep, then you might be interested in the latest Zeez Sleep Pebble by Zeez Technology. It is a new device... More

  • Are you compromising your comfort with CPAP therapy this winter?

    As the temperature drops over the winter months, you might need to make some adjustments to your CPAP therapy in order to prevent awakening with a blocked nasal passage and dry throat. Find out below what you can do to make your therapy more comfortable over the winter season. As the winter approaches, you might start to suffer from a blocked nasal passage or a sore throat with CPAP compliance. This... More

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