November 3, 2020

Positive Airway Pressure is the preferred and most common treatment option for OSA. This type of therapy keeps your airway open while you sleep by providing a constant or variable airflow through your nose and/or mouth. It is non-invasive and, with regular use, can alleviate all symptoms of OSA.

PAP Treatment Options

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) provides continuous pressure of air to keep your airway open while you sleep

Auto-adjusting Positive Airway Pressure (APAP) self-adjusts the pressure to maintain an open airway during sleep.

Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (Bilevel/ BiPAP) involves two different pressures and is used for more severe cases of OSA.

What are the Benefits of PAP?

  • Reduced blood pressure and risk of heart attack
  • Reduced snoring
  • Decreased risk of motor vehicle accident
  • Improved mental health and happiness
  • Increased control of diabetes
  • Increased productivity/workflow


Let CPAP Central assist you with finding the most suitable therapy for you.


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