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  • Using a CPAP Humidifier

    Using a CPAP Humidifier If you have recently been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), the chances are high that you have been equipped with a continuous positive airway pressure machine. The CPAP machine will help to increase the level of air pressure delivered to your mouth and nose. While these units are excellent at keeping your airways open and... Read More

  • Men with Beards! Choose the Best CPAP Mask

    Beards have been making a comeback. A "growing" number of men are now sporting facial hair as a sign of virility, maturity and plain style. While there are indeed a number of attractive features associated with facial hair, there can also be a handful of issues to address by those who have already been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnoea.  Can... Read More

  • CPAP Mask Anxiety: Getting accustomed to your new CPAP Mask

    Getting accustomed to your new CPAP Mask We cannot stress enough how important the CPAP mask is to the success of your obstructive sleep apnoea therapy. But we also know about the initial ‘mask anxiety’ that’s very common. We’re here to help and advise you with tips or techniques to ease your fears -- and improve your comfort. With that... Read More

  • How Blue Light Can Affect Your Sleep

    How Blue Light Can Affect Your Sleep Sleep plays an important role in maintaining our overall health and well-being. While we are asleep our bodies undergo a number of processes which help it recover from the day just gone and to prepare for the one ahead.  Lack of sleep has been linked to various health conditions including heart disease, type... Read More

  • How Weight Loss Helps Improve Sleep Apnoea

    Weight Loss Helps Improve Sleep Apnoea Sleep apnoea and weight have been linked for some time now, with obesity acknowledged as one of the primary risk factors in developing the sleep disorder. Around half of all sleep apnoea sufferers are overweight. Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is the most common form of the disorder.  When you sleep, the muscles in the... Read More

  • How Sleep Cleans Your Brain

    How Sleep Cleans Your Brain Sleep plays an essential role in our overall health, although how exactly it does this is still not completely understood. The fact we are asleep for a third of our lives emphasises how important sleep as a restorative tool has remained through our evolution.  Overnight there are many bodily processes which help restore the body... Read More

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