BiLevel CPAP Machines
BiLevel/BiPAP technology is specifically designed to provide a more personalized and effective CPAP therapy that works for a variety of patients either experiencing difficulty with traditional CPAP therapy or a combination of obstructive and central sleep apnea conditions. It is ideal for treatment of central sleep apneas related to health conditions that can cause shallow or slow breathing during sleep
BiLevel CPAP machines offer the highest level of continuous air pressure support to monitor patient breathing patterns and adjust the pressure accordingly. This helps reduce snoring, treat central sleep apneas, improve breathing quality and minimize discomfort might some experience while using standard and traditional CPAP therapy.
These BiLevel CPAP machines feature an advanced algorithm that allows it to automatically switch between two different air pressures, making it easier for you to adjust your therapy as needed. With its wide pressure range and advanced features, these devices are designed to make sleep apnea treatment easy and comfortable for anyone by making it easier to breathe and much more comfortable during sleep therapy.
With quality options from major brands such as ResMed and 3B Medical, please feel free to have a look at our selection and decide which will suit you best, because at Lofta, we care about you and in providing you with the best possible Sleep Apnea Therapy experience.
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Learn About BiLevel/BiPAP CPAP Machines
The functions of these BiPAP machines are very similar to those of traditional CPAP machines, providing a non-invasive form of therapy for a range of sleep apnea conditions.
However, a BiLevel CPAP device includes two different pressure settings - an inhale pressure to keep your airways open and an exhaled pressure setting for improved ventilation. As such, BiLevel CPAP Machines allow your lungs to remain comfortably inflated during sleep, so you can experience uninterrupted restful nights.
The are a few primary differences between CPAP and BiLevel or BiPAP machines: Depending on the individual, one of the most common issues with CPAP machines is that patients find the constant singular pressure uncomfortable to breathe against, especially at higher pressures. By using a BiPAP or BiLevel machine, patients tend to breathe easier as the machine reduces the pressure level during exhalation, allowing the patient to exhale more easily and breathe more comfortably through advanced technology. Another difference between BiPAP and CPAP devices is that BiPAP machines have two pressure settings: one pressure for inhalation and a lower pressure for exhalation. What this does is increase the pressure when you inhale to keep the airways in the nose and throat from closing during sleep and then also provides a lower pressure during exhalation that continues to maintain an open airway. A CPAP machine is usually used to treat mild to moderate sleep apnea. If the severity of sleep apnea is severe, doctors may recommend a BiPAP machine instead. Patients requiring high levels of CPAP pressure are often more comfortable and experience better results using BiPAP/BiLevel technology. BiLevel CPAP machines can even be set to the user's breath a number of times per minute. The difference in inhalation and exhalation pressures helps reduce the work of breathing and allows the person to have a more restful sleep.
What’s more, these advanced CPAP machines are easy to operate and user friendly. All you need to do is to just breathe as usual and the BiPAP machine will do the rest!
At Lofta, we understand that decision making can be confusing and difficult in choosing which BiLevel CPAP machines are right for you, especially if this is all new to you. So we are here to help. Browse our selection today and let us help transform your sleep experience!
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Not sure exactly what you need? Our therapy package bundles CPAP, accessories, and support for a simple start into your CPAP therapy journey. At Lofta, we also have Sleep Champions that can help you with the perfect shopping experience.
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