CPAP Machines

CPAP, or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, is the gold-standard Obstructive Sleep Apnea treatment. Whether you're looking for standard CPAP, APAP, or BiPAP, our wide selection includes top brands like ResMed, Resvent, APEX, Luna, and more.

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  1. ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet with HumidAir Humidifier and ClimateLineAir Tube

    ResMed AirSense 10 AutoSet with HumidAir Humidifier and ClimateLineAir Tube

    $945.00
  2. ResMed AirSense™ 11 AutoSet CPAP Machine with Standard Tubing

    ResMed AirSense™ 11 AutoSet CPAP Machine with Standard Tubing

    $989.00
  3. 3B Medical Luna G3 Auto CPAP Machine

    3B Medical Luna G3 Auto CPAP Machine

    Regular Price $849.00 Special Price $720.00
  4. iBreeze Auto CPAP with Heated Humidifier by Resvent

    iBreeze Auto CPAP with Heated Humidifier by Resvent

    $699.00
  5. ResMed AirSense 10 CPAP Machine with Slimline Tubing

    ResMed AirSense 10 CPAP Machine with Slimline Tubing

    Regular Price $758.00 Special Price $644.30
  6. ResMed AirCurve 10 VAuto BiPAP Machine

    ResMed AirCurve 10 VAuto BiPAP Machine

    $1,726.00
  7. ResMed AirCurve 10 S BiPAP Machine

    ResMed AirCurve 10 S BiPAP Machine

    Regular Price $1,726.00 Special Price $1,439.00
  8. Resvent iBreeze Auto CPAP with Heated Humidifier

    Resvent iBreeze Auto CPAP with Heated Humidifier

    $699.00
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What Is a CPAP Machine?

A CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine is a medical device used to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a condition where the muscles around the airway relax and collapse during sleep, interrupting breathing dozens or even hundreds of times throughout the night. Many people with OSA snore loudly or find themselves waking up gasping for air.

CPAP therapy delivers a constant flow of air pressure into the airway, helping to keep it open and ensure you get full airflow during the night. This not only improves sleep quality, but overall quality of life, decreasing the risk for major health conditions that come with untreated sleep apnea. It’s important to note that CPAP machines are not prescribed for all types of sleep apnea, including central sleep apnea, which requires a different form of treatment.

There are several different types of CPAP devices, each with unique features and designs. Here are some of the main types:

Standard CPAP Machine

CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure, and as it delivers a fixed pressure of air throughout the night. The pressure setting is determined by a sleep specialist based on the results of your sleep study.

Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) Machine

BiPAP machines provide two different pressure levels: a higher pressure during inhalation and a lower pressure during exhalation. This is helpful for individuals who have trouble exhaling against the higher pressure of a standard CPAP machine.

Auto-Adjusting CPAP (APAP) Machine

Also known as an APAP machine or Auto CPAP machine, this type adjusts the air pressure automatically based on the patient's breathing patterns and needs. It continuously monitors the user's airflow and adjusts the pressure in real-time to provide the minimal pressure required to maintain an open airway. Many modern CPAP machines now have APAP capabilities, but the term ‘CPAP’ is so universal that it’s how most people refer to all types of machines.

Travel CPAP Machine

These are smaller and more portable CPAP machines designed to allow people to continue their sleep apnea therapy on the go. They are compact, lightweight and sometimes battery powered. Typically travel machines are not covered by insurance.

Only your healthcare provider can determine which type of CPAP machine and mask is most suitable for your specific diagnosis. As you settle into CPAP therapy, you may notice side effects like dry mouth or continued snoring, but don’t worry, these types of challenges are quite common and can be easily overcome with the right CPAP mask, optional heated humidifiers and other CPAP supplies.