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March 19, 2012

Philips Respironics and ResMed Treat Insomina, Intro New Machine

Philips Respironics and ResMed have teamed up to introduce the new CPAP machine, a product for people who are unaware that their insomnia and sleepless nights may be a result of insufficient airflow.

Belonging to the REMstar family of CPAP machines, the new REMstar Auto with Heated Tube treats sleep apnea at a new and more comfortable level. The system is sold along with the new ResMed S9 Series of CPAP machines, currently available from Sleep Restfully Inc.

Users must first consult specialists for medical history, lifestyle factors (such as alcohol and tobacco intake as well as exercise), cardiovascular condition and current medications.

The CPAP machine works best if someone is suffering from the common sleep disorder called sleep apnea, or other issues that cause inconsistent or intermittent breathing, according to company officials.

Often people are unaware that they have sleep Apnea, but a partner may hear heavy snoring or notice restlessness themselves. Doctors should conduct thorough check ups and decide whether there is a need for a CPAP machine.

Many patients currently use the new CPAP machine and have seen positive results, although it does not cure the problem. Sleep Restfully offers an extensive variety of choices in aids for respiration, promising that consumers will find relief from their condition.

Sleep Restfully officials said they are proud to be rated by the Better Business with an "A" rating, and currently offer a complete line of CPAP, BiPAP and VPAP machines as well as CPAP supplies by ResMed, Philips Respironics, Fisher & Paykel and other manufacturers.

Edited by Braden Becker
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