The benefits of CPAP monitoring with myAir: a patient’s view

myAir is designed to build confidence with easily available information

Rose feels myAir makes a real difference. Now that she can access daily sleep data and advice, she’s feeling more confident and finding obstructive sleep apnoea treatment easier.

Other patients share their stories

 

A daily dose of motivation

Anthony feels the benefits of CPAP therapy in his daily life. He also finds it motivating to see evidence that his treatment is working, so he checks his myAir score every morning.

 

The energy to enjoy life

Paul used to feel tired all the time. Since starting therapy for obstructive and central sleep apnoea, he’s re-discovered the energy to enjoy life and relationships.

 

Always sleeping, always tired

Andy slept all the time but still felt tired. Since being diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnoea, he’s been enjoying an energy boost thanks to effective CPAP therapy and user-friendly myAir monitoring.

The positive impact of CPAP therapy on quality of life, daytime energy, interpersonal relationships and more1, 2.

More about long-term adherence

Choosing the appropriate mask at setup is one of the most important factors of a positive CPAP therapy experience. ResMed mask categories reflect your patients’ needs and habits, making it easier to find the right mask first time.

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myAir, ResMed’s online sleep coaching app, promotes patient engagement and gives access educational information that encourages long-term compliance with sleep apnoea treatment.

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ResMed connected solutions enable pro-active monitoring by healthcare professionals and result in more responsible patients who are involved and interested in their sleep apnoea therapy.

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Please refer to myAir support for relevant information related to any warnings and precautions to be considered before and during use of the product.

  1. Weaver, T.E., et al., Relationship between hours of CPAP use and achieving normal levels of sleepiness and daily functioning. Sleep, 2007. 30(6): p. 711-9.
  2. Wimms, A.J., et al., Continuous positive airway pressure versus standard care for the treatment of people with mild obstructive sleep apnoea (MERGE): a multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Lancet Respir Med, 2020. 8(4): p. 349-358.
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