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is essential for a quality life. Treat your sleep apnea now and get the restful sleep that you need to live your life.
Welcome to CPAP Organisation Australia!
We are Aussie CPAP specialists, and stock CPAP machines, masks, and accessories from industry-leading brands including ResMed, BMC and Best in Rest.
CPAP therapy devices are constantly evolving and improving. We are committed to staying ahead of the curve and providing the best sleep apnea devices Australia has to offer. This ensures that our customers receive the most effective CPAP therapy possible.
If you have any questions about our products or how to find the best CPAP device for your needs, don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable team. You can also browse our articles, where our writers share the latest CPAP advice, products and research.
We Stock the Best Devices for CPAP Australia Has to Offer
CPAP Machines from ResMed and BMC
CPAP machines are the ultimate solution for treating sleep apnea disorders. A CPAP machine provides the wearer with a continuous supply of pressurised air throughout the night. This helps to improve sleep quality, ensure sufficient oxygen and generally increase health and wellbeing.
We stock the best devices for CPAP Australia has on the market, including automatic, fixed pressure and bi-level CPAP machines from the most reputable brands in the industry. Head to our CPAP Machine page to find out more.
We stock CPAP masks from leading brands including ResMed and BMC. We have Nasal Masks, Full-Face CPAP Masks and Nasal-Pillow CPAP Masks that will help you to achieve comfortable, safe and restful sleep. Each mask type has a unique set of advantages - you can find out more on our CPAP Masks page.
CPAP machines require ongoing maintenance and part replacements. Our vast range of CPAP accessories makes this process as simple as possible, and includes items such as CPAP pillows, silicone tubing, replacement headgear, replacement water changers, filters and more. Browse our range today and keep your CPAP devices in great shape.
Got Questions? Just Get in Touch
If you have any questions about sleep apnea or our range of CPAP machines, masks or accessories please contact us. We’re here to help you find the best solution for your needs, and can answer all your questions.
Can I just buy devices for CPAP in Australia?
Yes, you can just buy a CPAP machine in Australia - you don’t need a prescription from a doctor or sleep specialist. However, if you suspect that you have sleep apnea and require CPAP therapy, we highly recommend that you talk to a healthcare professional.
Does Medicare cover sleep apnea devices in Australia?
To find out more about whether you can have your CPAP equipment covered by Medicare, we recommend that you speak with your doctor or your health insurer.
Can sleep apnea be cured with CPAP?
CPAP machines don’t ‘cure’ sleep apnea, but they are highly effective treatment solutions. A CPAP machine will allow you to achieve restful sleep despite your condition, and provide you with benefits like reduced daytime sleepiness, better mental/physical health and reduced snoring.
What are the 3 types of sleep apnea?
There are 3 types of sleep apnea - central, obstructive and complex. The most common form is obstructive sleep apnea, which occurs due to functional obstructions in the mouth and throat.
Central sleep apnea on the other hand is caused by neurological conditions. With central sleep apnea, the brain and nervous system don’t consistently send a signal to breathe. Complex sleep apnea syndrome is a combination of obstructive and central sleep apnea.
The best treatment for your sleep apnea will depend on the type you have and what your doctor/sleep specialist recommends.