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A common gripe that many sleep apnea sufferers complain about is CPAP leaks. They’re noisy, loud, and can harm the effectiveness of your CPAP therapy. Not only that, but they can keep you and your partner wide awake at night. Aside from causing discomfort, CPAP leaks can reduce the pressure delivered to your airway, allowing it to collapse. Leaks occur for many reasons, such as a poor fit, dirty equipment, or worn-out gear. With regular cleaning, maintenance, and replacements, you may still experience mouth leaks if you mouth breathe at night. Accessories can help ensure a proper lip seal so that you can say goodbye to mouth leaks for good. For example, you can boost the quality of your CPAP with mouth breathing tape.
Millions of people suffer from sleep apnea and the majority go undiagnosed. If left untreated, sleep apnea can be fatal. The condition is associated with health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. However, the most commonly prescribed form of treatment (CPAP) is often discontinued due to discomfort. Thankfully, sleep apnea treatment without a CPAP is possible. Lifestyle changes may improve mild sleep apnea while custom dental appliances and alternative airway pressure treatments may help moderate to severe cases. In some instances, surgery may be helpful. You don’t have to be tied to a CPAP for life. Find the treatment option that will work best for you and get a better handle on your quality of life, sleep, and health.
As many as half of all sleep apnea sufferers stop using their CPAP machines due to uncomfortable masks and clunky equipment. Luckily, there are less invasive, low-profile mask alternatives on the market. However, if you’re a mouth breather, your doctor likely won’t recommend them. Or you’ll be stuck wearing a chin strap along with your new mask. Mouth breathing not only disrupts sleep, it puts your health at risk. Nasal breathing, on the other hand, helps the body function like a well-oiled machine. Mouth tape creates a proper lip seal that is non-invasive and comfortable to help you nasal breathe all night long. Best of all, you can use it in combination with your CPAP for improved sleep, comfort, and peace of mind.
If you deal with sleep apnea, you may think that an uncomfortable CPAP mask is simply a part of your condition that you have to learn to accept. However, uncomfortable sleep with a cumbersome mask doesn’t have to be the norm. There are low-profile options on the market with a natural fit that allow you to move comfortably as you sleep. The least invasive of these is a CPAP nose pillow, which rests gently under the nostrils. This type of fit is especially helpful for side sleepers who toss and turn throughout the night. Before you suffer through another unbearable, sleepless night, look into whether or not a CPAP nose pillow is right for you and your needs.

You’ve got your CPAP machine on hand to help with sleep apnea, improve sleep quality, and stop snoring. There’s only one problem: CPAP devices don’t always stop snoring in their tracks. If you still experience CPAP snoring, mouth tape is the secret weapon you need to stop it once and for all. 

Research shows that between 33 to 50 percent of CPAP patients either never fill their prescription or quit using their CPAP due to discomfort associated with CPAP therapy. But, contrary to what you might think, a good night's sleep is still very possible with a CPAP device thanks to these must-have CPAP accessories.
Between the noise, the mask, and the tubing, sweet dreams can seem out of reach when using a CPAP machine. Luckily, there are several CPAP accessories on the market that can help you get the shut-eye you deserve while maintaining the therapy you need.
Getting a good night’s sleep with a CPAP machine seems near impossible. Until now! Discover how our customer, Steve, went from CPAP frustration to CPAP nirvana by building SomniFix into his nightly routine.
A continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine is the single most important weapon against sleep apnea. But it can also be difficult to use and get used to. Uncover the keys to getting great sleep with your CPAP device, while also getting the therapy that you need!
Tired of a leaky mask or waking up with pressure marks and rashes from your CPAP machine? Luckily, there are many CPAP alternatives out there so that you can find the combination that works best for you. You may need to try out a different kind of CPAP machine or even a different style of mask. If your full face mask is bothersome, you may need a nasal mask or pillow.
Full face masks are bulky, loud, and uncomfortable, but mouth breathers seemingly have no other choice...or so you thought! Mouth breathers can say goodbye to full face masks and achieve their dreams of sleeping great with a lightweight CPAP nose mask. How? By adding hypoallergenic mouth tape to the mix.
When starting out with CPAP therapy, doctors and other users may recommend the use of a chin strap to help boost the effectiveness of your therapy. But what exactly is a CPAP chin strap? How does it work? And will it actually make a significant difference? Uncover how to get the most our of your CPAP device.

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