CPAP SUPPLIES, MASK, AND EQUIPMENT FOR SLEEP APNEA

Sleep Tight With the Right Fit and Regular Replacements

Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the upper airway becomes narrow as the muscles relax naturally during sleep. The PAP machine stops this phenomenon by delivering a steady flow of compressed air to a nasal pillow, nose mask, or full-face mask so that unobstructed breathing becomes possible; which in turn reduces or prevents the apnea during sleep.

Often, sleep apnea sufferers are unaware that continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) masks and sleep apnea devices should be replaced regularly. Nightly wear will cause a good fit to loosen up over time reducing the effectiveness of the sleep apnea mask. It’s equally important to keep sleep apnea related equipment clean and regularly replace tubing and other parts to maximize the CPAP machines effectiveness.

In addition to diabetic products, Liberty Medical offers CPAP supplies, personalized service, and friendly reorder reminders that will help you maintain the safe, healthy rest you need.

  • BIPAP & CPAP MACHINES FOR SLEEP APNEA

    BIPAP & CPAP MACHINES FOR SLEEP APNEA (13)

  • CPAP HUMIDIFIERS, WATER CHAMBERS AND TUBING

    CPAP HUMIDIFIERS, WATER CHAMBERS AND TUBING (12)

  • CPAP MASKS

    CPAP MASKS (21)

    People who breathe through their mouths or have chronic nasal congestion during the night will find full-face masks more effective than the smaller nasal CPAP masks. Full-face masks seal over both nose and mouth, allowing a consistent positive pressure.
  • CPAP Nasal Pillow

    CPAP Nasal Pillow (8)

    Pillow systems and cushion masks do not seal over the entire nose, or nose and mouth in the way full-face or nasal CPAP masks do. Instead, these CPAP masks fit under or around the nostrils. Nasal pillows can be better for people who sleep on their sides, or for people whose facial hair prevent a good seal.