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CPAP Machines, much like CPAP Masks offer a variety of available options including CPAP, Auto Adjusting CPAP (APAP) and BiPAP/BILevel CPAP machines. CPAPs are the most common types of machines and blow a single pressure airstream. APAPs blow a variable pressure stream dependent on the minimal pressure needed to keep user's airways open. Lastly, BiPAPs blow two separate pressure streams, one at inhalation and one at exhalation.Many CPAP machines provide advanced data in order to track your therapy progress and performance over time. You and your doctor can use this data to make changes in your setup, like changing your mask, or increasing or decreasing your pressure to see if your therapy performance improves and ensure you are getting effective treatment. You can use our CPAP machine compare charts to determine which machines provide advanced dataChanges in breathing as we sleep are well known and considered normal. While we sleep, our brains rely on the central nervous system to oversee the breathing process. Because we are typically reclined, we naturally encounter more resistance in the airways. Our muscular system works differently, especially during Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep. These changes affect all of us to some degree, but if we are healthy, our bodies are equipped to manage these shifts. CPAP delivers a single preset air pressure to keep the airways open. Bi-PAP delivers two levels of pressure: one that corresponds with the inhale (IPAP) and one which corresponds with the exhale (EPAP).