Sleep Apnea and CPAP

Sleep apnea is a common disorder in which breathing is interrupted during sleep.

CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) therapy is the most frequent treatment.  (For a quick overview, go here.)

On this page, you will find books for more in-depth info on sleep apnea treatment and useful CPAP products.

This includes products to help improve the effectiveness of CPAP therapy and others to make life easier.

A) Books

Books are a great place to get more in-depth information about your sleep apnea treatment options and get practical advice.
Sleep Apnea: Hacking Sleep Apnea – 19 Strategies to Sleep & Breathe Easy Again
Ten Things Doctors Won’t Tell You About Your CPAP Machine (Kindle)

B) Pillows

Regular pillows are not designed to support sleep apnea treatment or to deal with CPAP setups.

Contour Products CPAPMax Adjustable Memory Foam CPAP Pillow

Bed wedge pillow with memory form – designed to help acid reflux, snoring, and sleep breathing disorders

C) CPAP hose stands

Many find stands useful for managing the CPAP hose.
DuraCare Premium Cpap Hose Holder
A light weight and lower cost option
Hose Buddy – CPAP Hose Management System
Very sturdy and solid, holds up better over time

D) Topicals

Topicals may be useful for dealing with dryness and irritation caused by CPAP.
Ayr Saline Nasal Gel, With Soothing Aloe
CPAP Moisture Therapy – Petroleum Free

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