ResMed Airsense 10 CPAP is available for sale and rent in Pakistan. We supply new and used machines at very good prices in Karachi.
We deliver at your door step all over Pakistan with free delivery and free service.
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AirSense 10 is one of the most widely utilize CPAP and APAP machine series in the world, each designed to deliver high-quality therapy for a better night’s sleep.
Each machine provide you access to myAir – a free online support program and app 1 that syncs with your mobile or web-based device to provide a nightly sleep score, training, and more to help you stay on track.
The ResMed price in Pakistan is Rs. 35,000/= PKR with one year warranty.
|Modes of Operation||CPAP and Auto CPAP|
|Pressure Range:||4 to 20 cm H2O|
|Ramp Time :||0 to 30 min. (5-min. increments) And Auto Ramp|
|Mask Fit Check||Yes|
|CPAP Dimensions:||4.57” x 10.04” X 5.91”|
The used ResMed CPAP machine price in Pakistan is starting from Rs. 45,000/= to Rs. 75,000/= with a new mask and tube and with one year warranty
CPAP MACHINE USE:
CPAP machines treat sleep apnea by providing a flow of oxygenated air to the airway through a mask and tube. Pressurized air prevents the airway from collapsing, allowing you to breathe consistently while you sleep.
The current “gold standard” treatment for OSA is continuous positive air pressure (CPAP), which pneumatically stabilizes the upper airway. CPAP has proven effectiveness and potential cost savings through the reduction of health comorbidities and/or motor vehicle accidents.
What causes snoring?
Snoring can be caused by enlarged tonsils, the structure of the nose, or excess weight around the neck. During sleep, the muscles in the neck can relax so much that, in some cases, the throat partially closes and becomes narrow, causing the vibrating sound known as snoring.
10 steps to sleep better
Man waking up in the morning. He is smiling and stretching his arms.
A quality night’s sleep helps out us to be at our finest during the day.
It’s 6 am and your alarm is ringing. It’s time to rise and shine! You’ve hit the snooze button once, twice, three times… and suddenly you’re late for work. If this scenario is all too well known, it may be time to pay some attention to your sleep routine.
We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, but that may not be the case if we are always waking up tired. Restless, interrupted, or poor quality sleep can leave us feeling awful the next day, and if it’s a continual pattern, we may feel like we’re never really rested.
As well as eating healthier and exercising more, it is possible to improve our sleep. With a little time and commitment, restarting your sleep routine can increase your long-term physical and mental well-being.
Here are 10 things you can do day and night to get a better night’s sleep:
1. Follow a sleep schedule
If you want to sleep better, a sleep routine should be at the top of your list. For adults 18 to 64 years old, it is recommended to aim for 7-9 hours of sleep per night, and for people over 65 years old, the recommendation is 7 to 8 hours per night. Count down from your ideal time to wake up and you will find the ideal time to sleep. If you can maintain a regular bedtime, you will support your body’s sleep/wake cycle (known as your circadian rhythm), which is essential for getting sufficient quality sleep.
2. Configure your sleeping zone
Does your bedroom give you relaxing vibes? If not, your mind may not associate it with sleep. Set up a great sleeping space by removing electronic devices, minimizing light (with blackout curtains or an eye mask) and sound (with earplugs or a source of ‘white noise’), and keeping the room cool. You may also find that keeping your room tidy helps to relax your mind.
3. Get your to-do list out of your mind and put it down on paper and use ResMed AirSense 10.
It can be difficult to relax at night if you’re mentally building a list of all the things you need to do tomorrow. So instead of keeping your to-do list spinning in your mind, write it down. Your piece of work will be ready for you tomorrow.
4. Have a pre-bed routine
Let your body and mind know it’s time to relax by having a bedtime routine. Some activities that help us prepare for bed include taking a hot bath or hot shower, reading a book, or listening to relaxing music or an audiobook.
5. Turn off screens and Turn on ResMed AirSense 10
Televisions, telephones, computers, video games … screens are the enemy of a good night’s sleep. Bright light emitted by electronic devices can confuse our biological clock, disrupt the level of melatonin (the hormone that helps us sleep), and overstimulate our brain when we need to calm down. Turn off screens at least 30 minutes before bedtime to support your bedtime routine.
6. Get comfortable with ResMed AirSense 10
Think about the small changes you can make to help you sleep more comfortably. A supportive mattress, comfortable pillow, seasonal sheets and blankets, and loose-fitting pajamas can help you sleep better and longer.
7. Don’t look at the clock
Watching the clock can make us worried, and worry keeps us from sleeping. By choice of checking the time, try a breathing exercise. Inhale slowly for four seconds, hold for two, exhale for four and hold for two. Repeating this pattern not only diverts your mind from worrying about the time, but you also send messages of relaxation to your body.
8. Eat well throughout the day
What you eat affects your sleep and vice versa. Eat well for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and have healthy snacks between meals if necessary. This will give your body the nutrition it required to work during the day and rest at night. Avoid eating large or rich meals, especially around bedtime.
9. Stay active daily and use ResMed AirSense 10
Exercise is not only excellent for our physical health, it also contributes to mental well-being. Try to have at least 30 minutes most days of the week, but don’t exercise too close to bedtime – it can have the opposite effect of keeping us awake longer.
10. Check your caffeine and alcohol intake
Caffeine makes us more energetic, which is the last thing we required when we going to sleep. If you’re a caffeine drinker, think about when you’re drinking your drinks. The later in the day, the greater the chance that they will affect your sleep. Alcohol and smoking also affect the quality of your sleep, so follow your alcohol intake recommendations and seek support to stop smoking if necessary.
You have not slept yet?
If you feel that you are sleeping poorly despite making changes, or would like individual support, talk to your doctor or health care provider. They can explore whether a health problem or sleep disorder may be the cause of your tiredness and work with you to find other ways to improve your sleep. Raza Corporation