Did you know that you have several options available when looking to buy a new CPAP mask? You can choose from a Durable Medical Equipment (DME) company, internet reseller, or a number of other sources. DMEs and internet resellers are the two most popular sources and will be our focus today.
You have done your research and looked at PAP masks made of gel, silicone, plastic and cloth—finally settling on a skin friendly, all cloth mask. And you have made the very important decision to be positive and healthy and adopt PAP therapy as your avenue to staying healthy. Now it is time to determine the right skin friendly mask for YOU! As many of us know, selecting a CPAP Mask can be frustrating as well as overwhelming for any PAP patient—the seasoned patient looking for a new mask as well as the ‘new to CPAP’ therapy patient.
Thursday, November 21, 2019, has been declared Worldwide Pressure Injury Prevention Day by the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP). Due to the serious nature of skin injuries, and the wide range of the world population who are affected by skin injuries, healthcare professionals from around the world are raising awareness of the pressure injuries that are caused by medical devices.
You don't wear plastic clothes or sleep in plastic sheets, so why wear a plastic mask when you sleep? Cloth is better because soft is better. Here are 12 reasons why you should ditch the plastic and switch to cloth masks:
If you've ever tried on a traditional CPAP mask, you know that they do not fit naturally and are often uncomfortable right away. This discomfort leads to many different issues when it comes to providing the therapy you need. Here are the five most common complaints with traditional CPAP masks:
Our Founder and CEO, David Groll, was recently interviewed for the Singular Sleep blog. He explained the origins of Circadiance and our SleepWeaver CPAP masks. Read the full interview below:
Sleep Apnea is characterized by frequent breaks or pauses in breathing during sleep. It is one of the most common sleep disorders and is estimated to affect approximately 20 million adults in the US with an estimated 80% of the cases going undiagnosed.
June 6, 2019
By: David Groll, Founder and CEO of Circadiance
November 28, 2018