Tag Archives: CPAP

I can’t tolerate CPAP, what can I do?

Continuous positive airway pressure, or CPAP, is the most common treatment prescribed for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). CPAP involves wearing a mask that fits into the nostrils, underneath or over the nose, or over the nose and mouth, through which pressurized air is delivered via tubing from a machine to keep the upper airway open… Read More »

How CPAP Treats Sleep Deprivation

When a person suffers from sleep deprivation, it is certain that their waking state will be affected. The disappointing fact about sleep disorders is that most people have suffered from it at least at one point in their lives. Though there are sleep disorders that are transient, some are actually stricken with the affliction for… Read More »

Sleep Apnea: CPAP And BIPAP Machines

With sleep apnea continuing to be a problem across the globe and continues to cause health problems this sleep disorder needs to come out of the darkness. For people who suffer from apnea they are robbed from a good nights sleep and suffer a wide variety of health problems. During this particular article we will… Read More »