How To Use Your CPAP For Allergy Relief

Even though at the end of a cold, dry winter many CPAP patients feel relief, brace yourselves, allergens are coming. Flowers are blooming, pets are shedding, trees are pollinating, dust and mold particles are blowing in the wind, and much more! As the temperature rises and moisture humidifies the air most people don’t have to [Read More….]

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How To Get Medicare Covered Sleep Apnea Equipment

As a patient diagnosed with sleep apnea that recently turned 65 or will be 65 soon, you might be wondering if Medicare will cover CPAP? The answer is yes. Medicare will cover CPAP machines and equipment up to 80% of the cost after you’ve met the part B deductible. Therefore you’ll only have to pay [Read More….]

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The Complete CPAP Buyer's Guide.

CPAP Buyer’s Guide

How Do We Breathe? When we breathe, respiratory muscles contract to expand the chest cavity. This expansion creates slightly negative pressure relative to ambient pressure. Fresh air fills the negative pressure in our lungs. To exhale, the muscles relax and air comes out of our lung. Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when soft tissues block the airway [Read More….]

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National Sleep Awareness Week 2019

You Need Sleep Awareness Week For Better Rest

Catch some Zzz’s y’all. It’s Sleep Awareness Week, 2019! From March 10th to 16th it’s time to focus on the importance of getting good sleep for better health, well-being, and safety. This year’s theme is “Begin With Sleep”. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #YourDayBeginsWithSleep when you celebrate all week long! Sleep Awareness Week Sleep [Read More….]

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Trufant presents on why fatigue is dangerous

Michael Trufant Presents Fatigue Is Dangerous

Our very own Michael Trufant, Aeroflow Sleep Therapy Manager, was honored to present at the VPPPA Safety+ National Symposium. He was invited to share his expertise on how fatigue is dangerous and most often caused by sleep apnea. The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants Association (VPPPA) is comprised of dedicated health and safety professionals empowering occupational safety [Read More….]

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Sleep Apnea And Diabetes Are Connected

How To Stop Sleep Apnea And Diabetes From Teaming Up

Peanut butter and jelly, ketchup and mustard, smokey and the bandit. These are some iconic duos that make one another even better. However, there are some things that aren’t exactly great together, like sleep apnea and diabetes. Unfortunately, sleep apnea is linked to a variety of life-threatening conditions and can actually contribute to them. However, [Read More….]

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Easily take a home sleep study to discover your risk of sleep apnea

The Convenience of a Home Sleep Study

Do you find yourself feeling excessively tired, or suffering from daytime fatigue no matter how well you think you slept? We all go through stressful periods that leave us feeling worn out at times, but there might be something more to it. You may need an at-home sleep study to test to see if you [Read More….]

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Find the perfect CPAP Mask

Types of CPAP Masks

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you know that the next step is getting set up with your CPAP machine. One of the most important parts of starting your CPAP therapy will be reading about several different CPAP masks so that you can find the best option. The CPAP mask is the piece [Read More….]

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Typical CPAP Issues

When you started to use your CPAP machine to treat your sleep apnea, you never felt better. Lately, though, you’ve been waking up during the night and you’re starting to snore again! Before you give up on CPAP therapy altogether, consider whether there be a typical CPAP issue. Your CPAP machine is sending you signals [Read More….]

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DOT Sleep Testing

Earlier this year, the requirements changed for the long form that your DOT physician fills out at your annual physical. Many truck drivers have already noticed that they are receiving a temporary card to drive and will receive the full card once they complete a DOT sleep test. Occasionally a driver is referred somewhere specific [Read More….]

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