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APAP or Auto CPAP

Instead of having your CPAP pressure being set by a physician, an APAP or AutoPAP or Auto CPAP (Automatic Positive Air Pressure) will automatically titrate, or select, the amount of pressure delivered to you.

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Airsep

During sleep, breathing problems can take place due to both snoring and what is known as sleep apnea. Respiratory disorders are often related to “Obstructive Sleep Apnea”.

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BIPAP

Bi-level pressure devices, also known as VPAP (Variable) or BiPap (Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure) provides two levels of pressure: Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure (IPAP) and a lower Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP).

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BiPAP AVAPS

AVAPS stands for average volume assured pressure support, meaning the BiPAP AVAPS will automatically adapt to changing patient needs. The BIPAP AVAPS is noninvasive ventilation (NIV) device that was developed to provide more efficient care for you by ensuring the delivery of targeted tidal volume.

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CPAP     

Beginning in the 1930’s devices that provided continuous airway pressure were first described. It was not until the 1980’s that the first Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) system, as we know it, was developed.

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CPAP Device

Prior to deciding which CPAP device is best for you, try to keep in mind a few basic items:

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CPAP Machines

The CPAP machine blows air at a prescribed pressure (also called the titrated pressure). The pressure that is best suited for you will be determined by your physician usually after a review of a sleep study supervised by a sleep technician during an overnight study or polysomnography in a sleep lab.

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CPAP Machine

Many people are unaware that their insomnia and sleepless nights may be a result of insufficient airflow. Tiredness, irritability, fatigue, and headaches upon waking up could be because you are suffering from a sleep disorder called apnea. Serious snoring is a problem that never should be ignored and consulting a specialist to investigate the causes is a sensible decision.

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CPAP Mask

After you decide which Continuous Positive Airway Pressure therapy is best for you, it is very important to carefully consider the CPAP mask. A flexible tube connects the machine with a CPAP mask or other interface device that is worn over the nose and/or mouth.

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CPAP Masks

Sleep Apnea and excessive snoring is actually a serious problem where the sufferer receives insufficient air flow through the passages of mouth and nose. Some people stop breathing for up to 20 seconds at a time which can be dangerous.

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CPAP Sleep Apnea Machine

Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder in which breathing stops and starts throughout the night. Typical symptoms are gasping during sleep, snoring, and waking up tired.

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CPAP Supplies

After deciding on whether an APAP, CPAP or BiPAP is best for you and which type of mask is most comfortable, you have numerous supplies available to personalize your Sleep Apnea Device. First, there is humidification.

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Evergo

SleepRestfully has been the leading supply of a number of respiratory aids for many years and stocks top quality brand names that you can purchase with confidence like Respironics Evergo, Invacare, and many others.

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Evergo by Respironics

The EverGo range by Respironics are portable oxygen concentrators that have been designed using the latest modern technology that allows it to produce almost pure oxygen from the air around you, making breathing easier for sufferers of respiratory disorders, like emphysema and pulmonary problems.

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Full Face Mask, Nasal Mask or Nasal Pillow Mask

The first factor to determine in your choice of a CPAP mask is whether you need either a full face mask, nasal mask or even a nasal pillow mask. There are a variety of styles and sizes, in addition to manufacturers, such as Fisher & Paykel masks, Puritan Bennett masks, ResMed masks, and Respironics masks.

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Goodknight

SleepRestfully is a company that leads the way in providing solutions to everyone that suffer breathing disorders and sleep Apnea by being the top suppliers in a variety of brand name machines on the market like the Goodknight for example.

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Inogen One

One of the more recent top quality travel oxygen concentrators is the new Inogen One, which is very compact, lightweight, and robust. This innovative machine is designed to perform both as a portable and stationary machine and is very cost effective for travelers.

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Resmed

Everyone needs peaceful sleep; otherwise they will wake up the next morning feeling dull, exhausted and even moody. This is because your body needs sleep as much as it needs to be awake

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CPAP

Not getting enough quality sleep can lead to a variety of symptoms that will start affecting normal everyday tasks and the person suffering from this condition may also become irritable, depressed and fatigued.

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CPAP Machine

Many people are unaware that their insomnia and sleepless nights may be a result of insufficient airflow. Tiredness, irritability, fatigue, and headaches upon waking up could be because you are suffering from a sleep disorder called apnea. Serious snoring is a problem that never should be ignored and consulting a specialist to investigate the causes is a sensible decision.

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OSA

Compounds found in green tea may help ward off the neurological damage that can come with the breathing disorder sleep apnea, a new animal study hints.

Researchers found that when they added green tea antioxidants to rats' drinking water, it appeared to protect the animals' brains during bouts of oxygen deprivation designed to mimic the effects of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a very serious disease that has many consequences, some of which could be fatal to the sufferer. Little was really understood about this condition, and even today, there are some questions as to its exact cause.

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Oxygen Concentrator

If your doctor has prescribed the use of a oxygen concentrator to provide therapy for a respiratory disorder and you are looking for an online suppliers of oxygen concentrators and accessories, then we are pleased that you have come across our website because we are specialists in all types of medical equipment, including a range of respiratory aids for Sleep Apnea and other breathing disorders.

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Portable Oxygen

There are a variety of respiratory disorders like pulmonary disease and emphysema that require patients to always have the availability of portable oxygen when it is required.

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Portable Oxygen Concentrator

There are many new state of the art machines that can help patients suffering from respiratory disorders and pulmonary disease. SleepRestfully has been a leading supplier in this industry since 1971.

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Respironics

Do you find that you can never get a good night’s sleep? Do you find that you are tossing and turning but never able to fall asleep? You might think that it may be due to insomnia or stress. However, it may be related to a disorder such as sleep apnea. If you frequently wake up tired, or suffer from unexplained chronic fatigue, visit your doctor to determine whether apnea is a problem for you.

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Sleep Apnea

SlSleep Apnea is a sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly starts and stops. Typical symptoms might be when you snore loudly and feel tired even after a full night’s sleep. To obtain an accurate diagnosis, your physician will usually order an overnight sleep study or a polysomnogram.

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SLEEP APNEA DEVICES

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends using the following definition for the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea hypopnea syndrome. A patient must meet either criterion A or B plus criterion C:

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Travel Oxygen Concentrator

New developments and modern technological advances have allowed many people suffering from breathing problems to enjoy a better quality of life because there are a variety of machines that help in breathing whatever disorders the patient is suffering from.

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BIPAP or VPAP

Bi-level pressure devices, also known as VPAP (Variable) or BiPap (Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure) provides two levels of pressure: Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure (IPAP) and a lower Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP). More commonly, BIPAP stands for Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure due to the two (or Bi-Level) settings.

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PHILIPS RESPIRONICS

It was in 1895, when Philips bought a company which manufactured a commercial x-ray tube that Philips Respironics first began. Since that time, through a series of acquisitions including Respironics, Philips Respironics has been a leader in healthcare products.

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RESMED

ResMed was founded twenty years ago as a company focusing on the importance of sleep. Today, ResMed is a global leader in the development; manufacturing and marketing of innovative medical products for the treatment of respiratory disorders, with a focus on sleep disordered breathing or SDB.

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OXYGEN 

Since Oxygen is an essential component of respiration, certain medical conditions require supplementation of Oxygen. Oxygen Therapy is often used to treat emphysema, pneumonia, COPD, CHF, cancer, some heart diseases and any other condition that impairs the body’s ability to take in and use Oxygen

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OXYGEN DELIVERY SYSTEMS

If you are in the hospital, you will receive Oxygen in your room through an outlet in the wall. However, when in the home, an Oxygen Delivery System is usually through the use of an air compressor or Oxygen Concentrator.

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OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS OR STATIONARY MACHINES

Sleeprestfully.com offers Oxygen Concentrators from Phillips Respironics and Invacare that are stationary. You will be able to use any of these Oxygen Concentrators in the comfort of your own home and since the unit is on wheels, you will be able to roll the unit around your home.

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PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS – POC

As people became more mobile, it became apparent that a better way was needed to provide portable oxygen other than a tank system. To answer that need, around 2000, manufacturers developed Portable Oxygen Concentrators or POC.

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EVERGO PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR

Phillips Respironics is the manufacturer of the EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator. Their commitment to healthcare dates back to 1895. The EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator is the oxygen therapy solution that lets active patients do what they want by giving them freedom from their oxygen tanks.

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INOGEN ONE PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR

Inogen, Inc. was founded in 2001 specifically to increase freedom and mobility for oxygen therapy users. A grandmother’s nine hour car trip to celebrate the holidays with her family was the inspiration behind Inogen.

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INOGEN G2 PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR

Inogen describes their corporate philosophy as innovation in oxygen therapy. With a team of known leaders in the provider industry, deep experience in medical devices, talented engineers and associates each committed to revolutionizing oxygen therapy, their vision is to develop innovative, cost effective respiratory home health care equipment that improves quality of life for patients and operational efficiency for providers.

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INVACARE XPO2 PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR

The newest addition to Invacare’s product line, this pulse dose oxygen system weighs 6 pounds with the internal battery and 7.3 pounds with the supplemental battery.

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INVACARE SOLO2 PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR

Take all of the benefits of the XPO2 Oxygen System, now add in the choice of pulse or continuous and you have the Invacare SOLO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator. The SOLO2 concentrator features a continuous flow of 1 to 3 LPM and a pulse dose of 1-5.

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SeQUAL ECLIPSE 3

SeQual Technologies was founded in 1991 with a mission to develop unique products for medical, military, industrial and commercial applications. Since 1998, SeQual has focused on the development of medical oxygen concentrators, the latest results being the Eclipse 3 with autoSAT.

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SIMPLYGO PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR

The SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator by Philips Resironics is the first lightweight portable concentrator that delivers both continuous flow and pulse does at a weight of only 10 pounds.  Prior to the release of the SimplyGo the lightest weight continuous flow portable concentrator weighed in at a hefty 19 pounds. 

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PHILIPS RESPIRONICS SIMPLYGO PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS

The Philips Resperonics SimplyGo is a new portable oxygen concentrator that embodies the tastes that are in high demand with today’s consumers: innovation and convenience. This portable oxygen concentrator is so innovative and convenient because it is a unique product that is conveniently light weight for regular or fast paced/mobile life styles.

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Air Travel with Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Portable Oxygen Concentrators are ideal for those who need oxygen and require the mobility and convenience of a portable oxygen concentrator. If you are an oxygen user and you are looking to travel by air, then a portable oxygen concentrator is your only option.

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Why do I need to continue my CPAP therapy?

Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that affects millions of Americans. Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when there are blockages in the upper airway, causing a restriction of airflow during sleep. Typically, the muscles in your throat are supposed to remain open during sleep. For a variety of reasons, these muscles can relax, which results in breathing obstruction.

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Why do some people need to bleed in oxygen into their CPAP therapy?

People that undergo CPAP therapy sleep with a CPAP machine that pumps air into their mouth and/or nose to treat their sleep apnea symptoms. The CPAP machine takes in regular air from the room, pressurizes it, and delivers it to your body. For some people, this is insufficient, and supplemental actions are required.

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XT Fit Travel CPAP Machine

For many years this outstanding, small and quiet CPAP Machine has been sold by PMI Probasis under the trade name ZZZ-PAP and by CareFusion under the trade name Puresom CPAP. However, it has always been manufactured by Apex Medical Corp. Today The XT Fit CPAP Machine is only available through Apex Medical Corp.

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