Your solution to sleep apnea

Discover why a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine is the leading option for treating sleep apnea. By delivering a constant stream of air pressure, it keeps the airway unobstructed throughout the night. Explore our diverse range of machine types, ensuring you find the perfect fit at the best price.

CPAP Machines

Machine Bundles

CPAP machine bundles are a great option for first-time CPAP therapy users. Each bundle includes a home CPAP machine, a compatible face mask, and a set of replaceable air filters. If you're new to CPAP and need to stock up on the necessary equipment, choosing a bundle can cut down your out-of-pocket costs compared to buying these items individually. Our CPAP bundle lineup includes different types of CPAP machines and face masks. Click the images below to browse these selections and find the best CPAP machine bundle for you.


Automatic positive air pressure, or APAP, machines adjust pressure delivery levels based on your breathing patterns during the night. This usually results in more comfortable therapy with higher pressure settings when you inhale and lower settings when you exhale. APAP machines also adjust to account for breathing patterns during different stages of your sleep cycle. Many people prefer the flexible air delivery of APAP machines over traditional CPAP or BiPAP devices. Our APAP machine selections are listed below. Click the images to browse each product and find the best APAP machine for you.


Bi-level positive air pressure, or BiPAP, machines provide pressurized air at two levels — a higher pressure setting when you breathe in and lower pressure when you breathe out. Since many people need fluctuating pressure to breathe comfortably during their therapy, a BiPAP machine may be an attractive alternative to a traditional, fixed-pressure CPAP machine. Our BiPAP machines are listed below. Click the images to learn more about each product and find the best BiPAP machine to meet your needs.


Adaptive servo-ventilation (ASV) machines represent the latest in CPAP technology. These devices automatically adjust pressure levels based on the user's breathing patterns. Unlike traditional CPAP and BiPAP machines, which primarily treat obstructive sleep apnea, ASV machines may be used for people with central sleep apnea. You can also use an ASV machine if you've been diagnosed with complex sleep apnea. ASV devices are fairly expensive compared to other CPAP machines. We recommend talking to your doctor and your insurance provider before purchasing an ASV machine in order to avoid high out-of-pocket expenses.

Travel Machines

Travel CPAP machines are an important investment for anyone who has been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and frequently travels for work or pleasure. These devices are smaller, lighter, and easier to transport than traditional CPAP machines. Many are also FAA-approved for in-flight use and capable of delivering the right amount of pressure even at high altitudes. Since most insurers don't consider travel CPAP machines to be essential medical devices, you may need to pay more out of pocket. Keep this in mind when creating a budget for your travel CPAP machine.


What is a CPAP machine, and how does it work?

A CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine is a medical device designed to treat sleep apnea. It works by delivering a continuous and gentle stream of air pressure through a mask worn over the nose, mouth, or both. This keeps the airway open, preventing interruptions in breathing during sleep.

Who can benefit from using a CPAP machine?

CPAP machines are primarily used to treat obstructive sleep apnea, a condition where the airway becomes blocked during sleep. Individuals with symptoms like loud snoring, daytime fatigue, and interrupted breathing may benefit from using a CPAP machine.

Are there different types of CPAP machines available?

Yes, there are various types of CPAP machines to suit individual needs. Some models offer fixed pressure, while others have auto-adjusting pressure settings based on the user's breathing patterns. Additionally, some machines are compact and travel-friendly, making them convenient for those on the go.

What is the difference between APAP and CPAP?

APAP (auto-adjusting positive airway pressure) automatically adjusts air pressure based on breathing patterns, while CPAP delivers constant pressure. CPAP has a fixed setting, while APAP adapts to individual needs.

What is the difference between BiPAP and CPAP?

The main difference between CPAP and BiPAP (bilevel positive airway pressure) is how they deliver air pressure during sleep apnea treatment. CPAP provides a constant and continuous stream of air pressure to keep the airway open, which is ideal for individuals with obstructive sleep apnea.

BiPAP, on the other hand, delivers two distinct levels of air pressure: a higher level during inhalation and a lower level during exhalation. This dual-pressure system is often prescribed for individuals with more complex sleep apnea or those who have trouble exhaling against the higher CPAP pressure.

How do I choose the right CPAP machine for me?

Selecting the right CPAP machine depends on your specific requirements, prescribed pressure, and personal preferences. Our experienced customer support team can guide you through the selection process to find the most suitable option for your needs.

Do I need a prescription to purchase a CPAP machine?

Yes, you need a valid prescription to purchase a CPAP machine. If you don't already have one through your doctor, don't worry. After you place your order, we will connect you with our third-party independent network of board-certified sleep providers for a complimentary consultation to obtain your prescription.

How much does a CPAP machine cost and will insurance cover it?

The average cost of a CPAP machine is $800 and the average cost of a BiPAP machine is $1,350. The price of a CPAP machine can vary based on factors such as the brand, model, features, and included accessories. At Sleep Doctor, you'll discover a diverse selection of CPAP machines available at different price points, catering to various budgets and needs.

It's important to note that some insurance plans may cover part or all of the cost of a CPAP machine for individuals diagnosed with sleep apnea. If you have insurance coverage, be sure to check with your provider about the available benefits and any specific requirements for CPAP machine reimbursement. At this time, Sleep Doctor does not accept insurance payments. However, we can provide the invoices necessary for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Where can I buy a CPAP machine?

You can buy a CPAP machine through your healthcare provider and insurance coverage or from an online store like Sleep Doctor. A CPAP prescription is necessary for purchase in both cases.