A continuous final airway pressure (CPAP) machine is the most commonly prescribed device for treating nap apnea disorders. Obstructive nap apnea (OSA) causes interruptions or pauses in your alive, often because your throat or airways briefly collapse or something temporarily blocks them. A CPAP machine sends a steady flow of oxygen into your nose and mouth as you nap. This keeps your airways admission and helps you breathe normally. Lets believe a closer sky at how this machine works, the pros and cons of using one, and gathering options for sleep apnea.