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CPAP Services in the Saskatoon Area

Saskatoon CPAP Services is a locally owned and operated company dedicated to sleep apnea. We have 25 years of experience in respiratory health care, specializing in helping customers who are in need of CPAP equipment. Saskatoon CPAP Services is open Monday through Friday 9-5, Saturdays 10-2. No appointment is needed, so please drop in after your appointment with the sleep lab or call to arrange a fitting that works for you. We take pride in our ability to accurately answer your questions with expert knowledge as well as a comprehensive understanding of the products we sell.

Saskatoon CPAP Services gives you the service you deserve as a sleep apnea patient so you can get the rest you need to stay healthy. To learn more about our services and what to expect during your appointment, be sure to contact us today.

Sleep Apnea means that you often stop breathing for 10 seconds or longer during sleep. The problem can be mild to severe, based on the number of times each hour that you stop breathing or how often your lungs don’t get enough air. This may happen anywhere from five to 50 times an hour. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the most common type.

A less common type of Apnea, called Central Sleep Apnea, can occur in people who have had a stroke, heart failure, or have a brain tumor or infection. Even though this topic isn’t about Central Sleep Apnea, some of the treatments discussed here may also help treat it. Talk with your doctor to find out more about Central Sleep Apnea.

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Blocked or narrowed airways in your nose, mouth, or throat can cause Sleep Apnea. Your airway can become blocked when your throat muscles and tongue relax during sleep. Sleep Apnea can also occur if you have a problem with your jawbone. In children, the main cause is large tonsils or adenoids. Sleep Apnea is more likely to occur if you are overweight, use certain medicines or alcohol before bed, or sleep on your back.

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Saskatoon CPAP Services |
#202 610 Queen St.| Saskatoon, SK S7K 0M8
| 306-974-0030 | info@saskatooncpapservices.ca Monday-Friday 9-5 and Saturday 10-2