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What’s the Difference Between BiPAP and CPAP Machines?
When diagnosed with sleep apnea, you may be unsure where to start with positive airway pressure machines. Here are the main differences between BiPAP and CPAP to help your choice.
How to Travel with a CPAP Overseas
Many CPAP users may be hesitant to travel, especially overseas, but with some planning, the experience can be a breeze. Here are some things to check on before traveling with a CPAP.
What’s the Latest on the Phillips Recalls?
Phillips respiratory devices are still experiencing recalls and lawsuits in a continuing-to-develop case. Here’s what you should know about the latest with the company.
Can I Wear A CPAP with Braces?
For people with sleep apnea that use a CPAP machine, you may wonder if you can get braces. Here is what you should know about CPAP with braces and some tips to make it safer and more comfortable.
What Happened With the “AGGA” Device?
The dental device that claims to cure multiple issues, including sleep apnea and crossbites, is currently being investigated and sued—here’s what happened with AGGA.
5 Podcasts to Help You Sleep
Podcasts can be an incredible tool to calm a busy mind and unwind before bed. Here are some sleep podcasts, from the reading of classics to ASMR.
Does a CPAP Mean I Have to Sleep on My Back?
When starting CPAP, it may feel like the only option is to sleep on your back. Here is what you should know about sleeping positions and CPAP.
Is dog hair dangerous for your CPAP machine?
Dog hair can create some worries that your CPAP might get damaged as they shed. Here’s what you need to know about pet hair and CPAP machines.
How Does Botox Affect Sleep Apnea?
Botox injections may have a surprising use in treating sleep apnea. Here is the need-to-know on using Botox injections for sleep apnea.
How Are Osa and Chemo Related?
One lesser-known possible symptom of chemo is obstructive sleep apnea. Here’s what you need to know about how the two are related.