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CPAP / BiPAP Therapy 

CPAP Therapy at USA Sleep Diagnostic Services

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is used by our specialists to treat obstructive sleep apnea. This form of treatment uses a mask with a hose attached to pump air and pressure into the mouth and throat, helping individuals breathe easier while sleeping. 

USA Sleep Diagnostic Services is one of the country’s leaders in sleep medicine. If you are struggling with sleep apnea or have been diagnosed with a form of obstructive sleep apnea, contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists. We’ll be able to help.

What CPAP Therapy is Used to Treat?

CPAP Therapy is used to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA occurs when the muscles in the back of the throat, like the tongue and soft palette, become too relaxed during sleep, causing an obstruction of air passages. Symptoms of sleep apnea can range from mild cases to more severe ones that can cause heart and brain complications.

Why Sleep Apnea Needs To Be Treated

Sleep apnea is a dangerous condition, especially for those struggling with blood pressure and heart issues. The sleeping affliction causes sudden, sharp changes to blood oxygen levels and increases in blood pressure, straining the cardiovascular system. Stroke, heart attack, and irregular heartbeats are complications that can arise from sleep apnea. 

These conditions, along with other factors like high cholesterol and body mass index (BMI), can lead to heart attacks. This is why it’s of great importance that those suffering from sleep apnea get treated right away.

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How CPAP Therapy Works

The most common form of CPAP therapy works by placing on a mask with a hose attached before going to bed. A small motor is connected to the hose and pumps air pressure into the mask, helping prevent airways from collapsing during sleep. 

Other CPAP devices consist of just a mask or a pair of tubes that fit into the nostrils. When consulting with your sleep specialist, they will determine which device is best for you.

CPAP Therapy Benefits

Although CPAP machines are generally used to combat various stages of sleep apnea, there are other benefits to using these devices:

  • Keep airways open during sleep
  • Blood pressure reduction
  • Eliminate snoring
  • Improve quality of sleep
  • Reduce daytime sleepiness

CPAP Therapy Results

The benefits of CPAP therapy are quite immediate. Most users experience better sleep results the first time they try on a CPAP device. Some claim they experience better results within one to two weeks after starting therapy. 

Your experience with your CPAP device depends on how quickly and well you acclimate to sleeping with it. Most CPAP devices are adjustable and come stocked with a humidifier, so it’s just a matter of adjusting your device to your liking.

Is CPAP Therapy Covered By Insurance?

Most insurance companies cover part or all of the equipment needed for CPAP therapy. Some companies will only cover primary parts like the motor and mask but you may be responsible for the cost of tubing. It’s important to speak with your insurance provider to see if you’re covered.  ask what you are covered for. USA Sleep Diagnostic Services accepts all major insurances. 

Schedule Your Appointment WIth Us  Today

If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea and need a better way to improve your quality of sleep, call USA Sleep Diagnostic Services to schedule an appointment. Our cutting-edge CPAP therapy has helped thousands of Americans improve their health and their sleep. Let us help you, too.

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