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Humidity usually helps loosen phlegm and secretions so it should help the bronchitis, not hurt it.
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I use my CPAP when I have a cold, but it is important to make sure your airway (nasal airway with my CPAP) is open. I use saline nasal spray and some...
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I don't think you were given a CPAP machine, but rather a different type of positive pressure respiratory or even a nebulizer. The CPAP is really...
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I am using my CPAP machine for the first time. I'm 50. Full mask. I slept only 4 hours, woke up to use restroom, spit up a light red saliva. It...
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NO....pleurisy is inflammation of the outside lining of the lung and lung cavity usually caused by a virus.  The CPAP will not cause pleurisy.
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Every day....probably not, but certainly a few times a week would be advisable. Not all CPAP masks are the same, so it may be best to follow the...
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The water is used for humidification, and this is VERY important.
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Hi, Ok see if this helps you, there is very good site called earth clinic, it covers natural remedies, this is a link to there depression page.The...
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Have you tried the CPAP "mask" that is called a nasal Pillow? Not a mask, more like a strap just under your nose. Also, I have read those...
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For people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a CPAP machine can be a life-changing device.  I’ve written about the importance of regularly...
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The most effective treatment for obstructive sleep apnea, CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) blows air down your throat at night to keep...
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CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) is a device that is an effective treatment for sleep apnea patients. It delivers air into airways through...
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