Philips DreamStation Go Travel CPAP Machine Preview

April 21, 2017 | By Peter Stanza | No Comments | Filed in: CPAP Machine Reviews.

Philips has released the newest addition to their ‘Dream’ range: the DreamStation Go. Travelling with CPAP can be a pain in the ass; but you know that if you don’t use it, you will regret it. Emptying the humidification chamber. Arriving at my destination without my mask or power supply. These are things that we’ve • Read More »

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ResMed AirMini Travel CPAP Machine Preview

April 19, 2017 | By Peter Stanza | No Comments | Filed in: CPAP Machine Reviews.

Please Note – The ResMed AirMini machine has since been released with some reviews already. Click here to view them. ResMed AirMini Travel CPAP Machine Preview ResMed; arguably the market leader in CPAP machines, has announced their entry into the travel CPAP machine market with the AirMINI. There are a number of rumours circulating about • Read More »

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Cleaning Your CPAP Mask

April 18, 2017 | By Peter Stanza | No Comments | Filed in: CPAP Advice.

It’s Good Hygeine Keeping your CPAP mask clean and germ-free is the absolute best way to reduce to risk of infection from your CPAP machine. – It touches your skin. – You breathe and cough into it. – It becomes damp and can get warm. All of these things combined create an environment perfect for • Read More »

Will a CPAP Machine Stop My Snoring?

December 17, 2016 | By Peter Stanza | 2 Comments | Filed in: CPAP Advice.

The short of it is, yes, a CPAP machine will stop your snoring. Although, I definitely do not recommend that everyone that snores goes on CPAP. In my opinion, that´s just overkill. This is assuming that it is setup correctly, with the correct pressure and the mask is fitting well. Afterall, a leaking mask can • Read More »

Fisher and Paykel Eson 2 Nasal Mask Preview

December 7, 2016 | By Peter Stanza | No Comments | Filed in: CPAP Mask Reviews.

The Eson 2 mask is the most recent nasal mask offering from Fisher and Paykel. The Eson mask from Fisher and Paykel was popular in Australia, and was in fact the favourite for many CPAP suppliers and patients alike. Despite it’s excellent results here down under, it didn’t correspond to a large international market share. • Read More »

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