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Air purifiers for sleep apnea

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dninaltowski78 +0 points · 13 days ago Original Poster

My toddler son has sleep apnea and we live in an apartment that collects a lot of dust besides the fact that the building is old and I'm in the city. I have read that air purifiers can help with ridding the bedroom of pollutents that make his sleep apnea worse. I'm just looking for help finding one that will do the job. Anyone have any recommendations. I am in the eastern united states.

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Sierra +0 points · 13 days ago Sleep Patron

There was a post about this earlier this year. See this link.

https://myapnea.org/forum/air-purifie/1#comment-53257

Also there should be a filter in the CPAP that should be changed regularly.

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