CPAP machines can be cumbersome, unorganized, and are difficult to store when not in use. Perhaps that’s why so many people make the investment, but then give up using their CPAP machine after just a few weeks. CPAP machines, also known as Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machines according to the National Institute of Health, use mild air pressure to keep an individual’s breathing airways open. CPAP machines are used to treat sleep-related breathing disorders such as sleep apnea and can also help people stop snoring. The problem comes in the design of the machine. Somewhat bulky, a mask and tubing connect to the machine’s motor, which blows air through the tube. These machines, when left out, are unsightly, and they tend to clutter up nightstands, dressers, and floors.