Continuous positive airway pressure – or CPAP – machines help people with sleep apnea, a stoppage of proper breathing for 10 seconds or more while asleep because the upper airways have a blockage of airflow.
Continuous positive airway pressure – or CPAP – machines help people with sleep apnea, a stoppage of proper breathing for 10 seconds or more while asleep because the upper airways have a blockage of airflow. nebari Getty Images/iStockphoto
Continuous positive airway pressure – or CPAP – machines help people with sleep apnea, a stoppage of proper breathing for 10 seconds or more while asleep because the upper airways have a blockage of airflow. nebari Getty Images/iStockphoto