CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) is one of the most common treatments for sleep apnea. The positive airway pressure helps to open the airway during sleep, reducing apneas and snoring throughout the night.
The term “CPAP machine” is often used as a general term to cover all types of sleep apnea machines, but there are actually three different types: 1. Auto CPAPs machines (a.k.a., APAP machines) that deliver the right air pressure automatically throughout the night, 2. BiPAP machines (a.k.a., BiLevel or BPAP) that deliver higher pressure when you breathe in and lower when you breathe out, and 3. standard CPAP machines that deliver the same pressure in and out. There are also mini travel CPAPs, which can be APAP, BPAP or standard CPAP, and are simply smaller, portable machines that can be used on the go. Not sure what type of device is right for you? Learn more about the different types of CPAP machines.
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