Monthly Archives: November 2013

5 Tips for Dealing with a Broken CPAP

We’ve all been there – that gut-wrenching moment when you turn the key in your car’s ignition and nothing happens. It’s such a sinking feeling when something that you totally depend on suddenly stops working. If you’re a CPAP user who hasn’t had it happen ...

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Why Are CPAP Batteries So Important?

You don’t need to be one of those people who believe the world is inches away from a zombie apocalypse to know that having a few extra batteries around is important. If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, having a few extra batteries around is ...

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Does Your Child Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Obstructive sleep apnea spares no one – not even children. According to statistics, between 1% and 3% of children suffer from the sleep disorder – even children in preschool; even infants. Indeed, sleep apnea could be the scourge of modern childhood and some parents may ...

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Rainout: CPAP Hose Condensation and How To Prevent It

One of the most annoying things about CPAP treatment is something called rainout. Just picture a glass of ice cold tea or water glistening in the sun on a hot summer’s day and now picture a stream of cold water splashing you in the face ...

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