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18
Oct

Respiratory Therapists: Your Coach

Respiratory Therapists Are Your Coaches Best way to start PAP therapy off on the right foot? Use our respiratory therapists. What respiratory therapists do: Calling up to follow up on therapy every 3, 14, 30, 60, 90 days Checking compliance Troubleshooting Giving advice on cleaning Exchanging faulty equipment Facilitating machine or equipment exchanges for a better fitting mask or newer machine

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7
Oct

Setting You Up For PAP Therapy Success

Could you imagine starting a new therapy with no hands-on guidance? It would be so difficult to learn the intricacies of something this foreign without the step-by-step direction from a professional. This is why Breathe Medical, first and foremost, takes patient care and PAP therapy seriously and provides an excellent support system with patients and respiratory therapists. The Advantage Respiratory therapist

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17
Jun

Take a Closer Look at The N10 Nasal Mask

You’ve tried the full face mask. You’ve tried the pillows mask. Somehow, these masks just weren’t right for you. How about trying something in between the coverage of the full face mask and the slimness of the pillows mask? Take a look at the ResMed AirFit N10 nasal mask to see if this might be the perfect companion for your PAP

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18
May

5 Tips for Keeping your CPAP Clean

Need to Clean Your CPAP? Don’t put it off until tomorrow. Procrastination and PAP Therapy do NOT go together. Make a schedule. Be consistent. Mild detergent only. Always air dry. No excuses! How often do you forget to do something? If you’re one of the many people who are just overwhelmed in the day and lose track of all the

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21
Apr

Can Kids have Sleep Apnea?

As highlighted in a recent article (“Sleep Apnea Affecting Young Kids”), children can experience sleep apnea. Does your child experience any of the following during the night? Snoring loudly on a regular basis. Pausing, gasping or snorting to show being short of breath. Being restless or sleeping in abnormal positions. Sweating a lot during sleep. Does your child experience any

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8
Apr

A Look into the AirSense 10 CPAP

The AirSense 10 CPAP Machine. Not sure which machine to start with in your new sleep apnea treatment? ResMed’s AirSense 10 CPAP is a solid introductory machine that shares the stability of all the AirSense line through advanced data integration allowing for 24/7 data tracking and patient monitoring. This data collection software is called myAir software allows everyone involved in the

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7
Mar

What Are Some PAP Therapy Benefits?

What are some PAP therapy benefits you should expect after being set up? The PAP therapy benefits range from short-term results to long-term gains, but one thing is for certain: . It may not happen immediately after you are set up on the new equipment, but with some time and effort, you’ll be feeling more refreshed and hardly believe how you even

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19
Feb

No One is Immune to Sleep Apnea.

The unforeseen death of Supreme Court Justice Scalia earlier in February was a shock to many and theories as to why he may have passed at age 79 started to develop soon after the news broke. One of the guesses discussed in an article at the Huffington Post (“Questions about the Death of Justice Scalia“) and an article at the

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12
Feb

How to Give the Gift of Quality Sleep

When you think of Valentine’s Day, what comes to mind? Bouquets of expensive roses, chocolates stuffed into heart-shaped boxes, or overwhelming shades of red assaulting your eyes? That’s what might come to mind for most people, but how about we look at why you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day in the first place! Your special someone is the person you want to celebrate

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11
Feb

Fibromyalgia and Sleep Apnea Ties?

In the Next Level Wellness Center’s article “Fibromyalgia and Sleep – Is There a Connection?” they explore the possibilities of linkages between fibromyalgia – the disorder that causes muscle pain and fatigue with tenderness throughout the body (as defined by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases) – and sleep abnormalities. Since there are overlapping symptoms of both fibromyalgia and sleep apnea, we

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