CPAP in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
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CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure. The machines help people with sleep apnea breathe more easily and regularly every night while they are sleeping. CPAP ventilation is also commonly used for those who are critically ill in hospitals with respiratory failure, in newborn infants (neonates), and for the prevention and treatment of atelectasis in patients with difficulty taking deep breaths. A CPAP machine increases the air pressure in your throat to prevent your airway from collapsing when you inhale. It also decreases snoring (which will help your partner snooze better at night, too!). The machine has a filter and a small tank of water, which essentially works as a humidifier. There is a tube that connects the unit to a mask that you place over your face while you sleep, and a chin strap keeps it in place.
Everything you need to know about a CPAP machine:-
A CPAP machine is used to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnoea, a condition that causes your breathing to be regularly interrupted during sleep.
A CPAP machine can: Prevent your airways narrowing or closing during sleep, which can interrupt it
Improve your sleep quality, reducing daytime tiredness and giving you more energy
Reduce the long-term health impact of Sleep Apnoea, including lowering blood pressure and risk of stroke
It treats the condition by blowing air into your airway, creating pressure to prevent it from closing. For Moderate and Severe cases of OSA, a CPAP machine is the most effective treatment currently available. It can take some getting used to, but using a CPAP machine each night can provide significant benefits. By preventing Sleep Apnoea, a CPAP machine can help you feel less tired during the day, and reduce your risk of stroke or heart attack. There are many benefits to using a CPAP machine every night, and persevering with the initial unusual or uncomfortable feeling will pay dividends when you adapt to it. CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, and a CPAP machine is what provides the continuous pressure for your airway to stay open. CPAP also uses a face mask, which is connected to the CPAP machine through a tube. If you have an established diagnosis of Sleep Apnoea and would like to access our CPAP Services please Contact Us.