Fun CPAP Facts

Easy Breathe Named Most Popular Online Sleep Apnea Solution

Los Angeles, March 7, 2014 — Easy Breathe, Inc., the fastest growing online destination for sleep apnea products and information, today announced that its flagship website, EasyBreathe.com, is now the most popular website in America devoted to sleep apnea.  According to Alexa.com, the global leader ...

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Which CPAP Mask Would Your Favorite Television Character Wear?

When it comes to television tropes – the everyman, the beer-drinking man, the couch-dwelling man and the larger than life characters with supersonic exuberance, and a combination of sometimes idiocy or stereotype breaking astuteness, have become regular fixtures on our television screen. Over the years ...

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CPAP Therapy and Dating – 4 Essential Tips

Let’s just cut straight to the chase – you are probably reading this because you want to learn how to broach the subject without hurting your chances of getting lucky. It’s okay – you can admit that, at least to yourself. The truth is that ...

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CPAP Therapy – Unsung Hero in the Super Bowl

Love what you do and you’ll never work a day in your life. Just ask Percy Harvin and Red Bryant of the 2014 Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. Amped up prior to Super Bowl XLVIII, you can bet there were some sleepless nights for players ...

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Top 12 Sexiest CPAP People

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Top 10 Funniest #CPAP Tweets of 2013

In the world of CPAP during 2013 there were a few notable events including: CPAP proven to make people more physically attractive, CPAP therapy can improve golf performance, and CPAP reduces nightmares in veterans.  We compiled a list of the top 10 funniest #CPAP tweets ...

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Top 10 Professional Athletes With Sleep Apnea

I know what you’re thinking, how can this be? He has what? Who? Lets face it you’re not alone. Sure, you’ve probably heard the stats by now: 18 million Americans have been diagnosed with Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and still an unknown percentage of the ...

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