CPAP machines and masks Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the leading therapy for sleep apnea . Patients
wear a face or nasal mask during sleep. The mask, connected to a pump, provides a positive flow of air into the nasal passages in order to keep the airway open. Most insurance companies now pay for sleep testing and for CPAP treatment. It is also useful for individuals who have tried all other treatments for their snoring but without success. A variety of fixed pressure and automatic CPAP machines are available from us.
Fight Noise with Noise According to the National Sleep Foundation, noises at levels as low as 40 decibels or as high as 70 decibels can keep us awake. That means that a dripping faucet can steal your sleep as much as your neighbor’s blaring stereo. Sound conditioners are proven to promote sleep by muffling distractions with constant white noise, which sounds like rushing water or gusty winds. The Sleep Infuser masks sounds but also emits a series of low pulsing hums, which the inventors say coax the brain into sleep.
Good Night LED light bulb Artificial light exposure between dusk and the time we go to bed suppresses the release of the sleep-promoting hormone melatonin, enhances alertness, and disrupts the body’s circadian rhythm — making it more difficult to fall asleep. The Good Night LED light bulb, originally developed for NASA astronauts on the International Space Station, lets melatonin do its thing by using half of the blue light in normal bulbs
Re-Timer glasses These Re-Timer glasses provide light therapy using small LEDs to regulate your circadian rhythm and help you sleep better. Change your sleep pattern to suit your lifestyle. Re-Timer gives you the freedom to fall asleep and wake up when you choose.