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5 Simple Ways to Keep Your CPAP Mask on All Night

Getting used to CPAP can take a little practice. If you are taking your CPAP mask off during the night then you aren’t receiving proper treatment. If you are brand new to CPAP, you have to use your CPAP a minimum amount in order for your insurance to pay for it. But how do you stop yourself from removing it during your sleep? It’s easy, refer to our following ways to help.

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Learning To Love CPAP Therapy

Getting used to CPAP in order to reap the benefits of consistent CPAP therapy — some of which have only recently been uncovered — requires time, patience, and a willingness to undergo some trial and error. While your doctor’s choice of CPAP machine will depend on your exact diagnosis and specifics, you will generally be free to choose the CPAP mask that suits you best. This is an important choice and one that often involves a learning curve. Here I’ll offer some CPAP tips based on my personal experience across nearly 20 years of therapy, with the sincere hope that CPAP helps you as much as it does me.

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Tips for Getting to Sleep with your CPAP Machine

Getting used to a CPAP machine isn’t always the easiest task. Sleep apnea treatment is unique for each individual. Don’t get discouraged, using your new device will get easier and comes with many benefits. Just be patient as you transition to using your CPAP device, it will get easier. Remember, sleep apnea treatment isn’t only necessary for a good night’s sleep, but it’s important for your mental and physical health as well.

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Sleep Apnea in Women

It’s time to let go of the stereotypes suggesting that sleep apnea is a disease for older males because this sleep disorder can affect both men and women of all ages. However, because sleep apnea in women looks different, it’s often missed and could negatively impact women’s health as a result.

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How To Use Your CPAP For Allergy Relief

Sneezing, a runny nose, congestion, itchy eyes – as the temperature changes, these are just a few of the symptoms you might experience if you suffer from allergies. As a CPAP user, seasonal allergies can be more than just an annoyance. They can actually make your sleep apnea worse, unless you use your CPAP for allergy relief.

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The Complete Medicaid By State Coverage Guide

Do you qualify for Medicaid? Do you know what Medicaid is or exactly how it works? Do you know how to qualify or enroll? Can you get the medical equipment you need through Medicaid? If you’re seeking the answers to these questions or similar ones, then you’re in the right place.

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How To Recognize Sleep Apnea And Anemia

Are you feeling oddly fatigued lately? Are you reaching for more cups of coffee during the day as you feel exhausted with a lack of energy leading to forgetfulness, mood swings, and decreased sex drive? Well, you could be more than just tired. You could be suffering from sleep apnea or anemia, both of which need to be diagnosed by a professional to determine the cause of your fatigue.

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Why New CPAP Supplies Matter

Way to go – you’ve taken the first step toward improving your health by beginning your CPAP therapy journey! But your road to sleep health doesn’t stop there. Did you know that regularly replacing your CPAP parts is an essential step in your sleep apnea treatment? Keeping your CPAP equipment and pieces clean and replacing when necessary, are key components to maintaining your sleep health.

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