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CPAP Masks

The original adaptive headgear clips are easy to attach and detach and can adapt to different people’s faces, maintain the most comfortable headgear position and provide you with a greater field of vision.
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CPAP Masks

The original adaptive headgear clips are easy to attach and detach and can adapt to different people’s faces, maintain the most comfortable headgear position and provide you with a greater field of vision.
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CPAP Auto Machine

The BMC Luna Automatic CPAP (APAP) system automatically adjusts to deliver the required CPAP pressure throughout the night. BMC CPAP’s supplied through Sleep Apnea Ireland Solutions offers exceptional value for money.
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CPAP Auto Machine

The BMC Luna Automatic CPAP (APAP) system automatically adjusts to deliver the required CPAP pressure throughout the night. BMC CPAP’s supplied through Sleep Apnea Ireland Solutions offers exceptional value for money.
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Welcome To Sleep Apnea Ireland

Merchamp is a company which specializes in the distribution of medical, optical and FMG’s in Ireland and the UK. The company is based in Dublin, Ireland and run by owner and director John McKiernan.
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Sleep apnea, also known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), is a sleep disorder characterized by pauses in breathing or periods of shallow breathing during sleep. In the most common form, this follows loud snoring.

We Stock a range of CPAP Masks & Machines available to purchase. Each mask and machine is designed to help improve your Sleep Therapy Experience, every night.

All of our masks come in a variety sizes, ensuring you will find the right one that makes you feel the most comfortable when sleeping. Our Auto CPAP machines auto-adjust CPAP pressure giving excellent comfort features that let you say goodbye to snoring troubles and enjoy a whole night’s sleep.

Auto CPAP with Humidifier

Rent a machine for €50.00 a month and get a free mask. Sign up for 5 years and and receive a free mask every year for the duration of the rental period.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a type of obstructive lung disease characterized by long-term breathing problems and poor airflow. The main symptoms include shortness of breath and cough with sputum production.
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All machines and masks have been fully sterilised and are safe to use immediately upon unpacking.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Sleep apnea, also spelled sleep apnoea, is a sleep disorder in which pauses in breathing or periods of shallow breathing during sleep occur more often than normal. Each pause can last for a few seconds to a few minutes and they happen many times a night. In the most common form, this follows loud snoring. There may be a choking or snorting sound as breathing resumes. Because the disorder disrupts normal sleep, those affected may experience sleepiness or feel tired during the day.
Sleep apnea affects 1 to 6% of adults. It affects males about twice as often as females. While people at any age can be affected, it occurs most commonly among those 55 to 60+ years old.

Signs and symptoms

  • breathing stopping and starting
  • making gasping, snorting or choking noises
  • waking up a lot
  • loud snoring

During the day, you may also:

  • feel very tired
  • find it hard to concentrate
  • have mood swings
  • have a headache when you wake up

Causes of sleep apnoea
Sleep apnoea happens if your airways become too narrow while you sleep. This stops you breathing properly.
Sleep apnoea has been linked to:

  • obesity
  •  having a large neck
  •  getting older – although children and young adults can also get it
  •  having other family members with sleep apnoea
  • smoking and drinking alcohol
  • having large tonsils or adenoids
  •  sleeping on your back

Obstructive sleep apnea, which is the most common form of sleep apnea, sets off a chain reaction of health conditions that include cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, depression, and high blood pressure – the list goes on and on.

Treatments for sleep apnea
CPAP machine
A CPAP machine gently pumps air into a mask you wear over your mouth or nose while you sleep.
It can help:

  • Improve your breathing while you sleep by stopping your airways getting too narrow
  •  Improve the quality of your sleep and help you feel less tired
  •  Reduce the risk of problems linked to sleep apnoea (like high blood pressure)

Using a CPAP machine may feel strange or awkward initially, but try to keep using it.
It works best if you use it every night.

Firstly, your GP must refer you to a sleep specialist/sleep clinic.

After a discussion with the sleep clinic, they will decide whether a sleep study is needed, which in turn will determine whether treatment is required.

Sleep studies are performed in both public and private clinics, with varying waiting times. Sleep studies are generally carried out in hospital and may take an overnight visit.

If you are diagnosed with Sleep apnea you will be told what pressure you need to set your machine at.

There is no definitive answer to this question, but some people feel the benefits after their first night, some take weeks before they notice a difference.

You have probably been struggling with Sleep Apnea for some time, so don’t worry if you don’t feel a difference immediately. Be patient.

If you have any history of the following: broken nose, deviated septum, frequent nasal congestion, frequent rhinitis/sinusitis or general problems with a stuffed/blocked nose, it is almost certain you will be better off with a full-face mask.

Neither mask type is ‘better’ – it is very much a matter of which suits you best, one mask may be suitable for one and not for another – it is really trial and error. We are here to give you advice.

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