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CPAP And BIPAP Sleep Apnea Machines

By Terry Rusty_

With sleep apnea continuing to be a problem across the globe and continues to cause health problems this sleep disorder needs to come out of the darkness. For people who suffer from apnea they are robbed from a good nights sleep and suffer a wide variety of health problems. During this particular article we will look at sleep apnea as a whole, the current treatments as well as the CPAP and BIPAP sleep apnea machines.

Many talk shows have dedicated time to sleep apnea and its brutal health effects for the people who suffer from this particular sleep disorder. With sleep apnea the person will stop breathing when they are sleeping as their tongue collapses into the back of their throats which prevents proper airflow. This sleep disorder takes away the benefits of a full nights rest as the brain cannot enter the much needed REM sleep. The person who suffers from this particular disorder will often claim of being tired throughout the day but even when they are sleeping their health is at risk. Apnea causes additional strain on the heart, low oxygen levels in the blood and can lead to a fatal cardiac arrest.

Thankfully there has been a lot of research done when it comes to sleep apnea and two machines have made a world of difference for suffers of this disorder. There has also been a number of other treatments developed but as of yet nothing brings the same relief as the machines.

CPAP and BIPAP sleep apnea machines have been used with great success over the years. The CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure which provides a constant flow of air to ensure that the airway stays open. Over the years the CPAP sleep apnea machine has made its way into hospitals as a less intrusive form of ventilation. BIPAP stands for bi-level positive airway pressure and can be modified to meet the demand of the user and does not provide a constant flow of air such as the CPAP and this tends to be the preferred machine for those with heart issues.

Chances are your doctor will tell you to go to a sleep clinic to determine if you are indeed suffering from sleep apnea for the professionals will be able to monitor your breathing patterns through out the night and then be able to determine what is the best course of action. Although the CPAP and BIPAP sleep apnea machines are expensive they are covered to some degree by most health insurance companies and there are programs out there that can speed up the process.

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