CPAP Mask or CPAP Machine for Sleep Apnea in New York City

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What is a CPAP snoring mask?

CPAP, short for continuous positive airway pressure, is a treatment option for patients who suffer from breathing problems during sleep, commonly prescribed for the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. The CPAP mask, also known as a sleep apnea mask or snoring mask, is a full face device that opens the patient’s airway. Connected to the mask, a CPAP machine supplies oxygen through a small tube. The positive airway pressure system ensures that the patient’s airway remains open during sleep, and breathing is unobstructed throughout the night.

What does a CPAP mask treat?

A CPAP sleep apnea mask is used to treat the following conditions:

How does a CPAP mask work?

The CPAP snoring mask works by increasing air pressure in the throat during sleep, which prevents the airway from collapsing and allows snorers to breathe easily and consistently. The device consists of a small air pressure generator connected by tubing to a snug-fitting nasal mask or full-face mask that is worn while sleeping.

The CPAP device is made up of three parts:

  • The CPAP machine has a large motor that pumps fresh oxygen into the connecting tube
  • A small tube runs from the mask to the machine, transferring the oxygen from the machine to the CPAP mask
  • The CPAP mask fits over the patient’s mouth and nose, releasing the oxygen into the airway

The benefits of using a CPAP mask for snoring

CPAP treatment can provide the following benefits when used routinely:

  • Maintains open airway during sleep
  • Increases oxygen levels during sleep
  • Decreases high blood pressure
  • Relieves daytime fatigue, a symptom of sleep apnea
  • Corrects snoring
  • Relief from sleep apnea symptoms and obstructed airway
  • Improves daytime alertness
  • Decreases in daytime sleepiness

An alternative to the CPAP mask is the drug treatment of Apnea with Modafinil. You can buy Modafinil through our simplified method, you must have a prescription from a doctor.

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If you are suffering from sleep apnea and believe you may benefit from CPAP treatment, the first step is to consult with a sleep specialist. Ear, nose, and throat experts at eos sleep are trained and practiced in treating sleep apnea with CPAP. Call 212.873.6036 today or fill out the form on this page to schedule an appointment or to learn more about eos sleep treatment options.

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.01  Meet Dr. David O. Volpi, MD
.02  Discuss your sleep issues & what we need to achieve
.03  Learn about our plan to get you a good night’s rest

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