What is a CPAP machine?

CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) delivers constant airflow to people while they sleep. CPAP is often referred to as “the gold standard” treatment option and is the most commonly prescribed.

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If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, your doctor may recommend that you use a CPAP machine. CPAP machines have been treating sleep apnea for over 30 years.1

CPAP delivers a constant flow of air via a mask while you sleep, helping to keep your airway open.

CPAP therapy is the gold standard for treatment of sleeping disorders like obstructive sleep apnea. If you think (or know) you have obstructive sleep apnea you have the opportunity to experience better sleep and enjoy the feeling of more energy by trying CPAP therapy.


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