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CPAP Replacement

Updated: Mar 17


Sleep induced problems have been getting more and more intense with the rapid growth in today's world. Why? Because the hectic lifestyle and tight schedule has left them with no time to sleep properly.


Studies suggest that around twenty-five per cent of citizens in America suffer from such issues like insomnia. In our opinion, as every other individual, such people too deserve a good night's sleep. And we are here for it!


Our team of sleep doctors has been carefully curated just to make sure that each and every patient who visits our clinic returns with a sense of satisfaction. But how do we help them, you wonder?


For the most basic and general cases, we suggest the patients inculcate a sufficient dose of necessary nutrition in their diet as well as by exercising regularly. However, for the people struggling with insomnia and sleep apnea on a severe level, we provide the services of the best CPAP replacement.


Now, what is CPAP?

CPAP is used as an abbreviation of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. It is considered as the most successful way to treat sleeping problems. In this method, machines are used that create mild air pressure inside the breathing pipe so that it doesn't collapse, and patients can breathe with ease.


CPAP can be a great way to permanently free you from the problems of sleep apnea as well as help you in sleeping better. If you still doubt the strength and influence of CPAP, we offer you a wide range of options to choose from. Positional therapy, removal of tonsils, getting rid of obesity and mandibular advancement sessions are what we recommend as the best CPAP alternatives.


If you do not find satisfactory results after using the regular CPAP system, we can enable the service of travel CPAP which can be carried out with you if you plan on hitting the road or travelling somewhere far. If you select not to go through the entire procedure, we can provide less intensive alternative methods like wearing an oral tool, shaped in the form of a mask to avoid the repeated intervals of breathing and not breathing.

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