ResMed AirFit P10 VS BMC P2 CPAP Mask

ResMed AirFit P10 VS BMC P2 CPAP Mask

In this blog post we are going to be comparing two nasal pillow CPAP masks, the; ResMed AirFit P10 BMC P2 Both masks offer a high level of comfort and portability but there are a few points of difference to consider. Here we have outlined the differences and...

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New range of masks for CPAP – the AirFit Range

New range of masks for CPAP – the AirFit Range

ResMed have now completed its launch of its new range of masks for CPAP – the AirFit Range. The AirFit N10 N10 (Nasal) – Traditional style nasal mask with two main differences: No intrusive forehead gear Magnetic clips A stable, lightweight nasal mask with out the...

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The Most Successful Treatment for Snoring?

The attached video is a demonstration from Dr Harry Ball, our fitter of the Mandibular Advancement Splint. “Dr Ball has been on board with us for a few months now and we are getting lots of positive feedback.” Said Mr Nunn – Owner and Operator of Sleep Right...

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Importance of CPAP Cleaning and Management

Importance of CPAP Cleaning and Management

Keeping any medical equipment hygienic is important in its effectiveness of use. CPAP machine are no different. “The picture we have submitted shows the difference between a used filter for 12 months and a brand new one… Frightening stuff.” Said Biomedical Scientist...

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Snoring, Sleep Apnoea and Travel

Snoring, Sleep Apnoea and Travel

A very common question we encounter when beginning a trial of CPAP is about travel. There are a number of different solutions for keeping sleep apnoea under control when travelling whether it be a camping trip, an overnight trip to the city or a long overseas holiday....

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Colin Sullivan: Inventive Pioneer of Sleep Medicine

Almost exactly 30 years after the publication of his pioneering paper on positive airway pressure for sleep apnoea (PAP) in The Lancet, Colin Sullivan continues to extend the boundaries of sleep medicine. In those three decades, PAP has gone from an obscure treatment...

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Surviving the Clock Change

Surviving the Clock Change

Daylight savings has mixed blessings for people living in rural areas. "Daylight savings is great for my lifestyle and I love it" said Sleep Consultant Mr Nunn "But that hour change has had significant impact on my sleeping patterns." "No matter what the clock says,...

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The Best Music to Sleep To?

According to the Telegraph, this is the most relaxing song ever. Do you agree? At Sleep Right Australia, in the lovely mountains of Mansfield, we have teamed up with local musician Howard Chaston to see if we can match it. This is a little sampler of where we are at....

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Attitudes toward Sleep Disorders

Attitudes toward Sleep Disorders

Where do we start in the bid to improving our sleep? “I think its important to take a step back and think what we want to achieve from our sleep.” Said Mr Nunn. “Typically I think people want to wake feeling refreshed and rejuvenated to tackle or enjoy the next day...

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Healthy Sleep Tips

Healthy Sleep Tips

Our bodies are programmed (circadian rhythm) to sleep when the environment is darker and cooler (night as opposed to day) Set a wake-up time for EVERY morning (including weekends and holidays) as opposed to a bedtime to help reschedule your body clock (your bedtime...

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