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The First Night’s Sleep: How To Adjust To A New CPAP Machine - September 17th, 2019

It can seem like a scary time, the first few nights with your CPAP machine. You are nervous about how you will sleep with the machine, and how you will finally relax with your new sleeping buddy. However, you are not alone in this feeling, and sleep apnea sufferers have […]

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The Process Of Being Diagnosed With Sleep Apnea - September 4th, 2019

The snoring is persistent and your nights are restless, and the niggling thought that yourself or your loved one is suffering from sleep apnea is controlling your thoughts. However, what’s concerning you more is; what do you do about these thoughts; how does a person become diagnosed with sleep apnea, […]

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What to do if you just can’t sleep due to sleep apnea - August 29th, 2019

Sleepless nights are a common symptom of sleep apnea, particularly if you are newly diagnosed and getting used to a treatment regime. If you find yourself wide awake in the early hours of the morning, you may start to feel stressed and frustrated, counting down the hours until you have […]

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The everyday activities making your sleep apnea worse - August 22nd, 2019

If you are suffering from sleep apnea, more than likely you have seen a doctor about your increased snoring and inability to breathe during the night. After been diagnosed with sleep apnea, and possibly been fitted with a CPAP machine, you will perhaps be expecting a quiet and restful night’s […]

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How To Care For Your CPAP Machine - August 15th, 2019

By now you have come to realise how important your CPAP machine is for your health, your sleep and your overall happiness. You can’t imagine a world where something happens to your machine and it becomes unusable, especially if the reason was something you could have easily avoided. In the […]

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Five essential tips for traveling with a CPAP machine - August 6th, 2019

Does the thought of travelling with your CPAP machine scare you beyond belief? While travelling overseas, or locally, without your CPAP machine is tempting, you run the risk of derailing your dream holiday, all in the name of convenience. Sleep apnea is a serious condition that affects you whether you […]

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Common CPAP mask concerns and how to resolve them - July 25th, 2019

If you suffer from sleep apnea, then a CPAP mask could help ease some of your sleeping and breathing issues. However, wearing a mask every night to treat the disorder can seem daunting, but it needn’t be. CPAP masks are available in a range of shapes, styles and sizes, so […]

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Avoiding these foods can help your sleep apnea - July 22nd, 2019

Most sleep apnea sufferers are aware of the connection between diet and the acuteness of their condition. A good diet replete with lean meat, fruits and vegetables could help you maintain a healthy weight, which in turn can reduce the negative effects of your sleep apnea. But there are some […]

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How a good nighttime routine can help sleep apnea - July 15th, 2019

If you are suffering from sleep apnea (also known as sleep apnoea), you may be wondering what you can do to achieve a good night’s sleep. For many, developing a good night time routine can drastically reduce the effects of sleep apnea. That is why we have put together these […]

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How to cope after a sleepless night - July 3rd, 2019

Although sleep apnea treatments can help improve your sleep quality and reduce sleepless nights, sufferers may still find themselves coping with fatigue from time to time. Whether you’re getting used to sleeping with a CPAP mask or are waiting for your treatment regime to start working, you may occasionally find […]

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Identifying sleep apnea in children - June 26th, 2019

Although sleep apnea is a condition typically associated with older people, it can occur in people of any age, including children. If you’re concerned that your child may have sleep apnea, it is important to understand that the condition manifests in different ways in children and adults. What are the […]

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Supporting someone with sleep apnea - June 19th, 2019

Thanks to the introduction of effective treatments such as the CPAP machine, sleep apnea has become a manageable condition that many sufferers can deal with effectively. Despite this, however, virtually everyone with sleep apnea would rather not have the condition. Indeed, sleep apnea can still cause a number of physical […]

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Lifestyle habits that make sleep apnea worse - June 13th, 2019

As anyone with sleep apnea will know, the most important action to take after diagnosis is to find an effective treatment option such as a CPAP machine. While the field of modern medicine has come up with some life-changing therapies to treat the disease, patients hoping to stave off their […]

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When to see a doctor for suspected sleep apnea - June 5th, 2019

Most people experience sleep problems at some point in their lives. From insomnia to snoring, getting a decent amount of restful sleep can be difficult in today’s ‘always on’ society. As such, the line between everyday sleep issues and sleep disorders such as sleep apnea can be difficult to spot. […]

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The dangers of micro sleep - May 29th, 2019

If there’s ever been a moment when you’ve been listening to someone but can’t recall what they said, or have been driving somewhere yet can’t remember how you got there, it could be you were having a micro sleep. What is micro sleep? Micro sleep is when your brain shut […]

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How playing the didgeridoo could help treat sleep apnea - May 22nd, 2019

Sawing logs. Grinding gravel. Rattling the roof. The soundtrack of snoring can be heard in households across Australia with many sufferers keen to change the channel to something quieter. One of the main causes of snoring is sleep apnea – also spelled “apnoea” – a treatable disorder that causes brief […]

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Five reasons why exercise could help your sleep apnoea - May 15th, 2019

Sleep apnoea isn’t just potentially a serious (even life-threatening) condition, it also has a number of unpleasant symptoms which can significantly reduce your quality of life. In many cases, exercise has been shown to help to reduce the severity and duration of sleep apnea symptoms. Take a look at five […]

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Looking after your mental health when you have sleep apnea - May 7th, 2019

The physical effects of sleep apnea, such as frequent night-time waking, loud snoring and breathing difficulties, are well-documented within the medical profession. As such, there are a variety of different treatments available, such as CPAP machines, that can effectively control these symptoms. However, the effects of sleep apnea on mental […]

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Sleep apnoea: activities to do in the day to help you sleep at night - May 1st, 2019

Without realising it, many of the activities we do during the day influence how we sleep at night. If you suffer from sleep apnoea, you will understand how difficult it can be to fall asleep or have a night of undisturbed sleep and should try some of the below activities […]

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Helping your child use a CPAP Mask - April 24th, 2019

Sleep apnea can affect people of all ages, even children. However, when children are very young, they might find wearing a CPAP mask annoying or uncomfortable, particularly if this is something that’s new to them. Eventually, your child will get used to the mask, but in the meantime, here are […]

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Tips for falling asleep with your CPAP mask - April 16th, 2019

CPAP masks can take a while to get used to. While they’re an essential piece of equipment for unobstructed breathing, if you’re not used to wearing one, they might feel a little strange. However, there are a few things you can do to make it easier to fall asleep while […]

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4 simple tips to ease the symptoms of sleep apnea - April 3rd, 2019

Treat other conditions First and foremost, it is essential to make sure that you treat any other medical conditions that might impact your ability to breathe. Coughs, acid reflux, and congestion can all restrict your breathing and can amplify the symptoms of sleep apnea. In some cases, these conditions may […]

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Common CPAP machine issues and how to solve them - March 22nd, 2019

One of the safest and most effective treatment options for patients with sleep apnea is the CPAP machine. With proper use, it can prevent frequent night-time waking and help sufferers feel properly rested every day. However, a CPAP mask can seem a little cumbersome at first, and many users report […]

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What is microsleep and why is it dangerous? - March 15th, 2019

You may well have heard of the two distinct types of sleep: rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and the deeper non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep. During sleep, most people tend to experience both kinds in cycles, drifting in and out of REM and falling into a NREM state. However, you […]

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Easing sleep apnea symptoms with the food you eat - March 9th, 2019

What we eat has a fundamental role in energising our daily functions, but for those with sleep apnea, daily functions can be difficult to carry out. However, in conjunction with medical help from a CPAP mask or machine, measuring what you eat can help boost those energy levels and ease […]

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Can you travel with a CPAP machine? - February 28th, 2019

If you’re planning on going on vacation, no matter what distance you are travelling, it is important to bring your CPAP machine with you. Whether you are staying in the country or travelling abroad, you deserve to have a good night’s sleep so you can make the most of your […]

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5 tips for partners - February 22nd, 2019

There’s lots of information out there for people who are thinking of getting a CPAP Mask. But what if you are the partner of the snorer? How can you help them adjust to life with a CPAP Mask and get yourself some quality sleep in the process? Be part of […]

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4 lifestyle changes to improve your sleep apnea - February 15th, 2019

If you have sleep apnea, you know just how obstructive it can be to your sleep. This condition is notorious for causing lethargy and sapping energy levels. While there are many treatments and equipment that can be used to improve sleep apnea and successfully treat the condition, it’s also important […]

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Obstructive sleep apnea risks - February 8th, 2019

As more scientists and researchers look into the causes and risk factors of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), it is becoming clear that just about anyone can develop the condition. That said, there are a number of factors and habits that seem to increase the likelihood of someone developing OSA. Sleep […]

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Five common sleep apnea myths - January 28th, 2019

Sleep apnea (or sleep apnoea) is a condition that presents itself with a whole range of symptoms from loud and frequent snoring to insomnia, headaches and memory loss. Indeed, with such a wide range of possible symptoms, sufferers are likely to come across a number of myths and misconceptions while […]

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About Sleep apnea – starting your treatment off right - January 22nd, 2019

Short of breath at night? Waking up irritable? Struggling with work and concentration? If you are having trouble with your sleep, it is worth taking the time to about sleep apnea and what to do if it is. Sleep apnea – Where do I start if I think I have […]

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A productive day starts with a good night’s sleep - January 16th, 2019

Fatigue caused by the lack of a good night’s sleep is one of the key factors leading to reduced productivity in the workplace, and sleep apnea is a major cause of fatigue. Obstructive sleep apnea (or apnoea) is a sleep disorder where the throat closes fully or partially during sleep, […]

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Can losing weight cure sleep apnea? - January 9th, 2019

It is now well-established that sleep apnea (or apnoea) shares strong links with being overweight or obese. As such, it is only natural for those with the condition to question whether losing weight can assuage or even cure it. However, while it may seem logical that addressing the issue that […]

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How a bad night’s sleep negatively impacts your physical and mental wellbeing - January 2nd, 2019

Now, more than ever, the message being broadcasted by health professionals is that adequate and quality sleep is essential to our overall physical and mental wellbeing and longevity. The consequences are especially relevant for those who suffer from sleep apnea. A lack of diagnosis or failure to adhere to medically […]

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How to deal with common CPAP mask problems - December 18th, 2018

CPAP therapy (continuous positive airway pressure) is a great way to treat sleep apnea. However, some patients find it hard to get used to their CPAP mask, which can mean they miss out on the positive benefits of this technology. That is why we have put together this handy guide […]

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Microsleep and Sleep Apnea – Top 5 Causes - December 11th, 2018

There is a link between microsleep and sleep apnea. Microsleep is a worrying episode in which people become incredibly drowsy and temporarily fall asleep without realising it, typically lasting anything from a fraction of a second to 30 seconds. The potential disastrous consequences are clear: anyone experiencing micro sleep while […]

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Do I have sleep apnea? - December 4th, 2018

A common question people ask themselves when they don’t get a good night’s sleep is “Do I have sleep apnea?” Obstructive sleep apnea (or apnoea) impacts approximately 34% of people in Australia. OSA can affect individuals across all age groups. With OSA, your throat becomes obstructed during your sleep, disrupting […]

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5 common causes of sleep apnea - November 29th, 2018

The Top 5 Causes of Sleep Apnea Here are the top 5 causes of sleep apnea. It can affect anyone, but certain factors increase your risk. Obstructive sleep apnea is a common but serious and potentially debilitating sleep disorder that affects an estimated one million people in Australia. People with OSA […]

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The CPAP and Relationships affect: sound, fear, and the CPAP machine - November 22nd, 2018

With our busier-than-ever lifestyle, getting a good night’s sleep is essential to the recovery of our body and mind. Snoring and sleep apnea are harmful to your health, but have you thought about the affect of CPAP and relationships? CPAP and Relationships – The sound effect Snoring is the result […]

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Sleep Apnea Treatments – 3 Reasons to Get Checked Today - November 15th, 2018

Get Sleep Apnea Treatments Today Sleep apnea, also know as sleep apnoea or obstructive sleep apnea, is a fairly common sleep disorder, although many people don’t explore sleep apnea treatments. There are many reasons for this. Some of the people who do not seek help for the condition may not […]

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Acid reflux: Is it causing sleep apnea? - November 8th, 2018

Is acid reflux causing sleep apnea? If you’re plagued with acid reflux you know that it can occur at any time during the day or night, even while you’re sleeping. Reflux can be one of the main contributors or catalysts behind obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and may generally be the […]

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Obstructive sleep apnea … the illness that knows no age limit - November 1st, 2018

Obstructive Sleep Apnea – Age is no guide. Another restless night of tossing and turning, recurrent awakenings and a spouse revisiting the spare room sound familiar? Well, with over 40% of adult males and 24% adult females habitual snorers, and often this is a sign of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. But […]

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Watching for Sleep Apnea Symptoms - October 25th, 2018

Sometime Sleep Apnea Symptoms are Right In Front of You Many people suffer sleep apnea symptoms but may not even be aware of them. Sleep apnea is more common than one may think – with over three in 10 men and almost two in 10 women affected. There are some very […]

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Sleep Apnea Treatment for Young People - October 18th, 2018

Sleep Apnea Treatment for Young People … the illness that knows no age limit Another restless night of tossing and turning, recurrent awakenings and a spouse revisiting the spare room sound familiar? Well, with over 40% of adult males and 24% adult females habitual snorers, your household is not alone. […]

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How to talk to a partner about sleep apnea - October 11th, 2018

How to talk to a partner about sleep apnea It can be difficult to talk to a partner about their snoring or gasping during the night, especially if it’s keeping you awake. But if you’re worried these symptoms could be pointing towards sleep apnea, it might be time to broach […]

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Microsleeps: sleep apnea’s hidden consequence - October 4th, 2018

Sufferers of sleep apnea (or apnoea) may be familiar with experiencing a poor night’s rest, but what they might not realise is the effect this is having on them during the day. Feeling tired and groggy isn’t the only consequence of tossing and turning; many people will also experience microsleeps, […]

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5 bedroom essentials to counter sleep disorder - September 27th, 2018

Sleep Disorder – 5 Essential Bedroom Tips If you’re tired of having a bad night and suspect you have a sleep disorder, here are five bedroom essentials to help improve your sleep! 1. Get Tested! Ok, so this isn’t a bedroom tip – but it makes sense. If you suspect […]

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Manage sleep apnea with a CPAP machine - September 20th, 2018

A CPAP Machine can help manage sleep apnea Sleep apnea is a condition affecting millions of people throughout the world. Affected persons usually gasp for air during their sleep and may sometimes wake up due breathe shortage. This breathing difficulty during sleep are caused by throat obstruction. The condition is […]

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Better breathing with a CPAP machine - September 13th, 2018

Not getting enough sleep? Get better breathing with a CPAP Machine Sleep apnea is a condition affecting millions of people throughout the world. Affected persons usually gasp for air during their sleep and may sometimes wake up due breathe shortage. This breathing difficulty during sleep are caused by throat obstruction. […]

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3 LIFESTYLE CHANGES YOU CAN MAKE TO IMPROVE SLEEP APNEA - September 9th, 2018

Yes, lifestyle changes can make a difference. If you struggle with sleep apnea, there are positive lifestyle changes you can make to improve your situation. From eating healthily to using a sleep apnea mask, small changes can enhance your chances at a good night’s sleep. Improve your diet & exercise […]

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A CPAP mask refund. They may be funded through a home care package - August 30th, 2018

Can you get a CPAP mask refund? Does your loved one suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)? Have you thought about using the funding from their home care package (HCP) for medical equipment and aids, particularly CPAP masks? CPAP masks and OSA OSA may present as frequent and excessive sleepiness during the […]

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Sleep apnea masks: a guide to selecting the right one - August 23rd, 2018

How many sleep apnea masks are there? Sleep apnea masks are used on CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines as part of an effective therapy for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Obstructive sleep apnea occurs during sleep when throat muscles relax causing the airway to close thereby stopping oxygen intake. This […]

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Sleep Apnea Diagnosis – How to Spot It - August 16th, 2018

A Sleep Apnea Diagnosis – What does it mean? A sleep apnea diagnosis means that you are suffering from a sleeping disorder that affects more than 250,000 Australians. Sleep apnea is commonly used in the United States, while in the United Kingdom it is referred to as sleep apnoea. The […]

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CPAP Masks: what are they and how do they help? - August 9th, 2018

CPAP masks are a crucial component to CPAP machines. CPAP machines treat people with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) by applying Continuous Positive Air Pressure (CPAP). But the CPAP masks that actually fit onto the face of the patient are too just as important, if not more so, that the CPAP […]

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IS A MOUTHPIECE BETTER THAN A CPAP MACHINE? - July 28th, 2018

Mouthpiece and mask discomfort – get a better fit with a custom made mask Whether as a sleep apnea sufferer you wear a mouthpiece or use a continuous positive airway pressure machine (CPAP), there can be issues around discomfort from badly fitting equipment. As a mouthpiece fits over the teeth […]

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HOW TO FALL ASLEEP AND ADAPT TO A CPAP MASK - July 20th, 2018

It can be hard to fall asleep when starting CPAP therapy Adapting to CPAP therapy can be difficult at first and you may have trouble when trying to fall asleep with the sleep apnea mask. This is normal because the body takes a while to adopt new habits. Rest assured, for […]

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BAD NIGHT? HERE’S HOW TO GET THROUGH THE DAY - July 13th, 2018

Losing sleep for a whole night or much of the night can cause you to feel rather glum the following day. Your body works on recovery, while your brain processes thoughts and stores memories while you sleep, so a bad night can cause you to feel sluggish and uptight. Here […]

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APNEA MACHINES: WHAT ARE THEY AND HOW DO THEY WORK? - July 6th, 2018

If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you’re likely very curious about the different treatment options available. One common and popular option is an apnea machine, also known as a CPAP machine. This therapy has been available for 30 years and is considered the […]

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CPAP MACHINES MAY BE THE ANSWER TO IMPROVED DIABETES SELF-MANAGEMENT - June 29th, 2018

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common and serious breathing disorder caused by partial or complete obstruction of the airways during sleep for which the use of a CPAP machine is essential. OSA affects many people and can cause symptoms such as snoring, choking, dry mouth, sore throat, headaches, daytime […]

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WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS OF A BAD NIGHT’S SLEEP - June 22nd, 2018

We’ve all been there. Hearing the alarm go off in the morning and groggily reaching for the phone, feeling like you’ve just gotten off to sleep in the last few minutes. The night was spent tossing and turning, unable to settle, or waking up seemingly every few minutes with no […]

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MICROSLEEP - June 15th, 2018

You probably already know that for optimum health you need 7-8 hours of sleep every night. Furthermore, you may already be aware of the fact that brief afternoon naps aid in keeping you fresh and increasing productivity. But are you aware of something known as microsleep? This is a grave […]

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CPAP MACHINE TIPS – HELPING YOU GET A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP - June 8th, 2018

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines are effective tools in ensuring a good night’s sleep for those with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The machines on the market differ in size, quality and built-in functions, and all of them can take some getting used to. Here are some tips and useful […]

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CPAP MASK FAQS - June 1st, 2018

If you have finally made a step to get checked because of loud snoring and have received a proper diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea, congratulations! You will now sleep better at night and also lessen your chances of developing brain damage and other severe diseases. However, you may now have […]

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SLEEP APNEA: WHY IS SLEEP SO IMPORTANT? - May 25th, 2018

Sleep is important, it is a universal truth, but many people are unaware just how integral it is to the human body. Even small, regular disturbances from disorders such as sleep apnea, snoring and teeth grinding can cause lasting physiological issues. During sleep, the body’s metabolic rate drops, energy is […]

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CPAP MASK PROBLEM? - May 16th, 2018

Do you have a CPAP Mask Problem? If you have been recently diagnosed with sleep apnea and you find wearing the CPAP mask intolerable, you are not alone. CPAP therapy may be a great option to ease the most severe symptoms of sleep apnea. However, you may run into trouble […]

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THE BENEFITS OF A CPAP MACHINE FOR APNEA SUFFERERS - May 9th, 2018

Obstructive sleep apnoea (or apnea) can come with a whole host of other health issues, including heart disease, stroke, and issues related to tiredness. Using a CPAP machine, however, which works to prevent the blocking of the airwaves caused by sleep apnoea, is an effective and recommended method to prevent […]

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HOW TO ENJOY A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM OSA - May 2nd, 2018

Obstructive sleep apnoea – OSA – can be a thoroughly debilitating condition which invades all aspects of sufferers’ lives. The regular interruption of sleep can have a severe impact on your waking life and increases your risk of developing certain conditions, including high blood pressure and heart disease. So, how […]

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REALITIES OF LIFE WITH SLEEP APNEA - April 26th, 2018

LIFE WITH SLEEP APNEA Every person wants to get a good night’s sleep – it’s not too much to ask for. Among all other creatures, the human race is the only one that can delay sleeping on purpose. All the other creatures sleep when their body tells them to. However, […]

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TAKING CARE OF YOUR CPAP MACHINE - April 19th, 2018

For a long time now, you may have been suffering severely from sleep apnea. Finally, help is here and you have your prescription for a CPAP machine. However, you are now probably wondering what you need to know about a CPAP machine. Read on to find out more. A CPAP […]

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COULD YOU HAVE A SLEEP DISORDER? - March 29th, 2018

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep disorder which is thought to affect over 1.5 million people in Australia – or 5% of the population. Most often found in males over the age of 60, OSA involves repeated occurrences of the throat being obstructed – either partially or completely – […]

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DRIVER FATIGUE & SLEEP APNEA: WHAT ARE THE RISKS? - March 22nd, 2018

Driver fatigue is one of the main causes of accidents in Australia. Sleep apnea is one of the most insidious sleep disorders, where the throat closes partially or fully during sleep and often triggers people to wake many times over a night. People often don’t realise that they have sleep […]

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MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES CAUSED BY SLEEP APNEA - March 15th, 2018

SLEEP APNEA BEGINNING TO BE RECOGNISED AS A MENTAL HEALTH ISSUE Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which is characterised by repeated episodes of throat obstruction during the sleep cycle, can be very difficult to live with on a physical level, particularly if treatment is not sought. However, if that wasn’t difficult […]

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ABOUT OSA (OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA) - March 8th, 2018

Obstructive Sleep Apnea or OSA is a fairly common condition and is caused by the walls of the throat relaxing and contracting during sleep, which results in interruptions to normal breathing. This can lead to disturbed sleep patterns, a negative impact on quality of life due to regular sleep interruptions. […]

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SLEEP APNOEA – OR IS IT SLEEP APNEA? - November 1st, 2017

Partial or obstructive sleep apnoea/sleep apnea is a treatable condition that is caused by a folding or collapse of the airways during sleep. It can cause the sufferer to snore and stop breathing for a short period of time, which may also disrupt the sufferer’s partner, or even members of […]

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ApneaSeal and Air Liquide Healthcare at Sleep DownUnder Auckland Oct 2017 - October 26th, 2017

Air Liquide Healthcare invited ApneaSeal to share their booth and strengthen our partnership at the Sleep DownUnder 2017 conference in Auckland New Zealand (26-28 October 2017). Air Liquide Healthcare is a leading sleep, respiratory care, and medical gas provider with a focus to provide innovative solutions to the market. And […]

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Ray Hadley’s Personal Experience of ApneaSeal – 2GB – Audio Only - October 10th, 2017

A recent presentation on Ray Hadley’s show on Radio 2GB in Sydney. ApneaSeal discussion (0:00-0:40 then 1:30-4:00).

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ApneaSeal will be exhibiting at Sleep Down Under 2017 - October 6th, 2017

Once again we will be attending Sleep Down Under 2017 Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) and Australasian Sleep Technologists Association (ASTA), at the SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland October 25-28. We look forward to seeing you there!

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ApneaSeal Launches two new Nose Studios in Melbourne VIC- Sep 2017 - September 19th, 2017

ApneaSeal’s latest Nose Studios were launched in Melbourne in September 2017. We are pleased to announce a new Nose Studio at Air Liquide Healthcare’s Richmond office, where sleep professionals Mary and Beverley are pictured; And a second Nose Studio in Melbourne located with Madan and Manik at the Essendon Air […]

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ApneaSeal launches with Healthy Sleep Solutions & Air Liquide Healthcare in QLD- Aug/Sept 2017 - September 19th, 2017

Healthy Sleep Solutions Sunshine Coast (a division of Air Liquide Healthcare) and  Air Liquide Healthcare sites in both Brisbane and Gold Coast opened their doors in the last month to station new Nose Studio’s bringing ApneaSeal’s customised CPAP mask technology to the Queensland market. “We are delighted by the ability […]

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ApneaSeal launches pilot with Healthy Sleep Solutions (Air Liquide Healthcare) in Western Australia – Perth Jul 2017 - September 4th, 2017

Healthy Sleep Solutions (a division of Air Liquide Healthcare) Perth were welcomed by Bespoke Medical Innovations CEO Darren Churchill to ‘handover’ and commission a brand-new Nose Studio®, part of a new and innovative customised CPAP therapy mask called ApneaSeal. Jeff Vaughan (Regional Business Manager – Vic, Tas, SA, WA and […]

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ApneaSeal Launches in NSW with Air Liquide Healthcare – Sydney Jul 2017 - September 4th, 2017

ApneaSeal’s unique and patent-pending technology including a revolutionary fast and simple facial imaging device, the Nose Studio® is now available at a third NSW site. ApneaSeal’s alliance with multi-national Air Liquide Healthcare and Healthy Sleep Solutions (with key focus on diagnostics and patient compliance) provides a turnkey solution for patients […]

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ApneaSeal Technology Review on Chris Smith Show – 2GB – Audio Only - August 31st, 2017

We were recently interviewed by Chris Smith on 2GB in their Health & Nutrition program.

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ApneaSeal on 2GB – Audio Only - August 22nd, 2017

A recent presentation on Ben Fordham’s show on Radio 2GB in Sydney.

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ApneaSeal interview on 2UE – Audio Only - August 20th, 2017

We recently spoke with Tim Webster on radio station 2UE.

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ApneaSeal Relaunches Brand with new Website and Logo – Sydney Jul 2017 - August 1st, 2017

ApneaSeal(TM) recently completed and launched a full rebrand and new website. Commissioning a top Sydney-based advertising and media agency, Sweeney Advertising, the creative department went to work on giving the whole brand a distinct fresh look. After “initial discovery” and “brand strategy” meetings with the teams, the premise of our […]

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ApneaSeal’s National rollout begins – Sydney Jun 2017 - August 1st, 2017

ApneaSeal is excited to announce installation of the first Nose Studio® at Benchmark Sleep Services in Sydney. This is recognising the long-standing service and experience Benchmark have within the sleep apnea community and the first in a national rollout plan. The purpose of the Nose Studio is to proficiently capture […]

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Why Sleep Apnea Raises Your Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death, Cleveland Clinic – OH USA Jun 2017 - August 1st, 2017

Obstructive sleep apnea is common and linked to many medical problems. One common problem you may not be aware of is sudden cardiac arrest. When you have obstructive sleep apnea, “not only are you likely to wake up with a headache and fall asleep during the day, but you’re also at […]

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An ApneaSeal™ Story – Sydney May 2017 - August 1st, 2017

I arrived at Bespoke Medical during April 2017 as the Director of Strategy and Innovation. Having immersed myself for 24 years in the sleep and respiratory medical device industry, and previously as ResMed’s Chief of Technology and chief engineer in CPAP mask interfaces for nearly all those years, I’ve always […]

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Home for Heroes helped by Sleep Apnea Company - July 6th, 2017

On 31 July 2016 ApneaSeal announced its generous support for the Homes For Heroes Program established by RSL LifeCare to provide accommodation and other support services for homeless veterans. ApneaSeal Chief Executive Officer Darren Churchill committed a percentage of revenue from the sale of the new ApneaSeal product through the […]

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ApneaSeal – Market Research 2016 - July 6th, 2017

Late November, members of the ApneaSeal team ventured into the Cherrybrook Shopping Centre to validate a number of sleep market assumptions, whilst targeting appropriate demographics. The exercise was a great success, having met a large proportion of potentially undiagnosed sleep apnea sufferers and their partners, whilst also gaining market feedback […]

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ApneaSeal Presentation at the Castle Hill RSL 2016 - July 6th, 2017

ApneaSeal held a complimentary presentation at the Castle Hill RSL on the 29th of June. Dr Benjamin Ng well renowned local Sleep Physician presented on the indications and treatment options for sleep disorders . A number of sleep apnea patients as well as those yet to be diagnosed attended the […]

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ApneaSeal at Sleep DownUnder 2016 in Adelaide - July 6th, 2017

Apnea Seal presented its latest Nose Studio at the Sleep DownUnder conference in Adelaide between the 20th and 21st of October. Sleep Down Under 2016 featured a comprehensive scientific programme with five international speakers and a multitude of Australian internationally renowned presenters. ApneaSeal offers an improved and innovative approach to […]

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