Sleep Therapy Machines

Sleep therapy machines, such as CPAP, BiPAP, VPAP, and Bi-Level units, create positive airway pressure to ensure that people can breathe while they sleep. By wearing masks that direct air into their airways, people with sleep apnea can sleep through the night without snoring and wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Feel free to take a look at some of our sleep therapy products below.

Getting a good night’s sleep can tremendously make a difference in your day. Having a sleeping disorder, such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea, can take away from the quality of your sleep by causing a blockage in your airway, causing you to snore, have frequent episodes of apnea, & frequently wake up. Sherman Oaks Medical carries a wide range of equipment & accessories, such as masks, for all of your sleep therapy related needs. ResMed, Philips Respironics, Transcend, & HDM are amongst the major manufacturers that Sherman Oaks Medical carries. 


Getting a good night’s sleep can tremendously make a difference in your day. Having a sleeping disorder, such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea, can take away from the quality of your sleep by causing a blockage in your airway, causing you to snore, have frequent episodes of apnea, and frequently wake up. Sherman Oaks Medical Supplies carries a wide range of equipment & accessories for all of your Sleep Therapy related needs.
  • CPAP Machines: CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure, and its main function is to aid those with sleep apnea. The machine increases the air pressure in a user's throat to keep the airways from collapsing while the user sleeps. The machine has a filter and a small tank of water that acts as a humidifier. A mask, along with a chin strap, is attached to the machine, and is worn when the user is ready for bed, ensuring a safe and peaceful rest.
  • BiPAP, VPAP, and Bi-Level Machines: BiPAP stands for BiLevel Positive Airway Pressure, and its function is very similar to a CPAP machine with the main difference being that CPAP machines have one pressure setting, while BiPAP can help users who need higher levels. BiPAP Machines is a non invasive form of therapy, as it delivers pressurized air to to a patient's airways, preventing them from collapsing in their sleep. Along with sleep apnea, BiPAP Machines can also aid users with cardiopulmonary diseases or lung disorders. A VPAP Machine stands for variable positive airway pressure. A VPAP Machine has two different levels, one for inhaling and one for exhaling, that can benefit the user with sleep apnea, which is why it is known as Bi-Level. VPAP may be recommended for users that find themselves resisting CPAP treatments, and who need higher treatment pressures.
  • CPAP Nasal Masks: CPAP Nasal Masks is a triangular mask that fits over the nose with a cushion for extra comfort. The mask delivers constant and steady air pressure in order to combat sleep apnea. Sizes vary depending on the individual, so getting the right size is crucial to the full effectiveness of the product.
  • CPAP Full Face Masks CPAP Full Face Masks wrap around an individual's nose and mouth in a triangular shape, held together by headgear. These masks benefit those who sleep through their mouth and have had no success with nasal masks or chinstraps. A few reasons as to why individuals need a full face mask is due to sinus problems which do not allow users to breathe through their nose alone, mouth falls open during sleep, or congestion problems which clog an individual's nose.
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