Cleaning & Maintenance
CPAP users know that mask leaks are annoying– the whistling sounds, the dry eyes– but left unchecked CPAP mask leaks can even be potentially dangerous.
Luckily, most leaks are easy to diagnose and easy to fix. Here are some of the most common causes for CPAP mask leaks, and what to do about them.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably noticing that your CPAP therapy isn’t as effective as it once was. Maybe your machine is starting to make strange noises, or maybe you’re waking up to excess sleepiness again. Whatever the signs, it’s important to take action before your CPAP machine fails– and you’re forced to spend sleepless nights without it.
CPAP cleaning is important to help reduce the risk of respiratory infections while using your CPAP. Proper cleaning and maintenance are key for keeping your machine operating at peak performance and ensuring durability. So, let’s check out why, when, and how to clean your CPAP!
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.