Monthly Archives: September 2014


Easy Breathe Now Offers World’s First “Smart” CPAP Device to Treat Sleep Apnea

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Easy Breathe, the fastest growing online sleep apnea shopping destination, today announced that it now offers the revolutionary AirSense CPAPs by ResMed. AirSense CPAPs are the first sleep apnea therapy devices with internal cellular modems.  This break-through innovation makes it simple and easy to track ...

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iCPAP – Featuring Debra Hanson from Skokie, IL!

Getting the chance to speak with friendly people is one of the most underrated privileges of working at Easy Breathe. On a daily basis, we are lucky enough to speak to some of the most unique, polite and warm hearted patients. Today was no exception. ...

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How Much Do Sleep Studies Cost?

If you are reading this article, there is a good chance that you are concerned that you may have obstructive sleep apnea, but aren’t sure how to go about getting tested for the sleep disorder. There is also a high probability that you aren’t looking ...

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CPAP Reverses Brain Damage Caused by Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Contrary to popular belief, we actually use our entire brain – not the commonly believed 10%. How’s that for mind blowing? When it comes to the functionality of our brain, there are two general areas –  “white matter” and “grey matter” – that keep things ...

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Get Your CPAP On For These 6 Alabama Game Day Traditions

It’s that time of the year again: college football season. For Crimson Tide fans, it’s something even more.  You could take Mardi Gras, New Year’s Eve, and Super Bowl Sunday and you still wouldn’t come close to the excitement felt in Tuscaloosa during football season. ...

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The Sleep Apnea Sufferer’s Ultimate Survival Guide

If you have been recently diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, you may be experiencing some acute stress over how to effectively battle your sleep disorder. There are, indeed, a lot of questions you may be asking yourself. How do I make CPAP therapy more comfortable? ...

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