CPAP and Sleep Apnea Education Center

The Most Important CPAP Prescription FAQs

Do you need a prescription for CPAP? Yes, because it’s the law! We follow all FDA regulations regarding our equipment to ensure you receive CPAP supplies that are safe and effective for proper treatment. You will need a CPAP prescription for a PAP machine or heated humidifier. Other CPAP supplies such as cushions, pillows, tubing, filters, and water chambers do not require a prescription. 

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Discover The Best Types Of CPAP Machines

After being diagnosed with needing sleep apnea treatment you will want to find the right PAP device (the gold standard for sleep apnea treatment). There are a variety of different CPAP machines designed to treat different patients depending on the severity of their sleep apnea symptoms. That’s why we offer a variety of options and will work with you to find the best CPAP machine to suit your individual needs. Check out our cheat sheet with different brands and types of machines. 

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How To Find The Best CPAP Supplies Online

Part of proper CPAP therapy involves replacing your CPAP supplies on a regular basis to keep your CPAP working like new. Your equipment wears out over time and can collect dust, allergens, and other irritants! Prevent air leaks and protect your health by easily replacing your CPAP supplies online. We’ve put together a list of your best options to help you save time and money.

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Amy Poehler Needs You To Use Your CPAP For Better Sleep

While Amy Poehler is a famous actress, comedian, director, and much more, however, her sleep apnea is no laughing matter. As a CPAP user and enthusiast, she’s here to remind both men and women about the dangers of sleep apnea to promote health and wellness. Yes, we said both men and women, because this condition is usually only thought of as a condition for old men, but that’s not the case. Sleep apnea can affect everyone.

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The Importance Of Detecting Sleep Apnea In Pets

We all love our pets as important members of the family. Some of us spoil our fuzzy companions more than others, by letting them sleep in the bedroom. Having them nearby could be helpful, in case you hear them snoring while they sleep. While it may be super cute as your pets snooze hard, snoring could actually indicate sleep apnea, which is potentially dangerous in cats and dogs. But before you run out and buy a CPAP machine (or C-Pup) for rover, read on to learn how to spot OSA in pets and what to do about it. 

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