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CPAP is a machine that helps keep your airway open by preventing the throat from blocking air movement to the lungs. This treatment works by continuously applying pressurized air, usually through your nasal passage to keep it open.
BiPAP uses a machine that flows bilevel pressurized air into your airway only when needed to keep it open. During inspiration, high-level pressure is blowing into the airway to keep it open. During expiration, the pressure drops to a lower level to make you exhale easily but at the same time keeps the airway open.
In some cases, prescription medications may be effective forms of sleeping disorder treatment.
Leading a healthy lifestyle can help promote a good night's sleep; it can even be an effective sleep disorder treatment. For example, eating a healthy diet, avoiding caffeine, alcohol and nicotine near bedtime, and getting regular exercise during the day – but not right before bed – help promote good sleep hygiene. Other good sleep hygiene practices include: