Comprehensive Sleep Solutions in Twin Falls
CPAPnow offers sleep solutions for those who suffer from sleep apnea, also known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which affects millions of Americans. While sleep apnea affects all age groups and sexes, it is mostly found in patients who are middle-aged men. It our mission to improve the lives of individuals using CPAP/Bi-Level therapy for obstructive sleep apnea, with our desire to maintain industry knowledge of equipment used for therapy. The benefits of treatment are daytime alertness, restful sleep and improved health. Check out our options below, as well as our providers. Call us today to schedule your appointment.
CPAPnow specializes in CPAP therapy, ensuring patients achieve CPAP success. We have a variety of masks to choose from, available through leading manufacturers. We will figure out which style CPAP machine would benefit you the most – either a steady, gentle flow of air during sleep or variations in pressure. Treating your sleep apnea will positively impact your life by increasing your energy, alertness and overall happiness. Contact us today to see if CPAP therapy is right for you!
Bi-Level – BiPAP
Bi-Levels or BiPAPs are prescribed for more serious cases of sleep apnea or for patients who can’t tolerate a CPAP. When you have more severe sleep apnea, you may need a higher air pressure to treat your symptoms. Patients often find higher pressures hard to exhale against. It can feel as if you have to force the air out of your lungs. Bi-Levels have two pressures, one for the inhale and one for the exhale. The exhale pressure is lower than the inhale pressure, so it is easier to breathe out. This feature increases the comfort and effectiveness of treatment. Contact us today to see if Bi-Level therapy is right for you!
Getting enough oxygen to your brain is especially important, since your brain uses around 20% of how much oxygen you bring into your body. Nocturnal oxygen therapy patients usually experience a huge difference in the way they feel in the morning, after they start using it at night. It might take a few nights using it every night to really feel the full difference. Schedule an appointment with us to see if nocturnal oxygen is the appropriate therapy for you!
- Philips Respironics
- Fisher & Paykel