CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure.
- The machines help people with sleep apnea breathe more easily and regularly every night while they are sleeping.
- A CPAP machine increases the air pressure in your throat to prevent your airway from collapsing when you inhale.
- It also decreases snoring.
- The machine has a filter and small tank of water, which essentially works as a humidifier.
- There is a tube that connects the unit to a mask that you place over your face while you sleep, and a chin strap keeps it in place.
CPAP Results in
- Elimination of snoring and abnormal breathing events
- Absence of daytime sleepiness or fatigue
- Improves quality of life
- Improve blood pressure and blood sugar control
To help you further we have different models available.