Voorhees, NJ (PressExposure) May 03, 2011 -- The CPAP Shop is dedicated to bringing customers' quality CPAP equipment and sleep aid products to enhance their quality of life. Continuing its theme of providing an exceptional level of customer service, The CPAP Shop is announcing the launch of their new eBook for CPAP machine users.
The CPAP Shop staff understands that being diagnosed with sleep apnea can be a difficult transition. It also requires a lifestyle change. Their goal is to make the purchase of CPAP supplies, accessories and equipment convenient and as easy as possible by providing knowledge and awareness to all current and potential customers.
The 2011 "Sleep in America" poll reported approximately two-thirds of Americans do not get enough sleep. The CPAP Shop experts have compiled a free 25 page eBook guide to CPAP machines, complete with descriptions, pictures, and useful information for people with sleep apnea. This eBook covers topics from "Treating Sleep Apnea" to "CPAP Machine Comparison Guides", "Side Effects" and "Best Practices" and is meant to serve as an overall guide for CPAP novices or anyone wanting to stay current with the latest CPAP industry trends. The CPAP Shop's new eBook launch aligns with their mission to provide customers with the best service possible and offer assistance and innovative products to improve lifestyle.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the collapse of the airway, causing sufferers to stop breathing during sleep. The common therapy or solution to OSA is Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). A CPAP machine provides a steady air supply for patients during sleep, preventing the airway from obstructions and collapse. National Sleep Awareness studies suggest that 26% of adults age 18 and older are at significant risk for sleep apnea, while one in 4 men and one in 10 women in the United States have sleep apnea. These statistics indicate that not all individuals who have sleep apnea or sleep disorders receive a diagnosis's and seek appropriate treatment. The U.S. center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released the following information on sleep deprivation: the ideal amount of sleep per night for an average American is between 7 and 9 hours each night. Americans are getting nowhere near that number. Regular sleep deprivation can lead to vehicle accidents, physical ailments (including heart disease) reduced attention span and lack of energy. In lieu of Sleep Awareness Week, the CPAP Shop released an eBook to promote a better understanding of sleep apnea, sleep therapy, and CPAP equipment and supplies.
Should you wish to learn more about CPAP supplies, industry news, or speak with a knowledgeable representative, do not hesitate to reach out to The CPAP Shop. Conveniently located in Voorhees NJ, The CPAP Shop experts are available to offer advice and help visitors select the best supplies and products for their needs.
If you have questions regarding The CPAP Shop or are interested in downloading their eBook, visit http://www.thecpapshop.com.