Follow this CPAP therapy timeline to achieve success

For those starting continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy (or other types of PAP therapy) for the first time, there are lots of unknowns to consider. We try to take the fear of the unknown out of the process because we know that the better prepared and educated you are about your therapy, the more likely you will succeed in using it. And in doing so, you can conquer the risks and consequences associated with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Here is a handy timeline to give you an idea what the next few weeks will look like as you begin to use your CPAP machine. It also shows you our commitment to providing you support, 24-7, at the beginning and throughout the lifespan of your therapy. Let's treat your OSA together!

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