How CPAP Pressure Is Determined | SoClean Sleep Talk Blog

Thursday, 08 February 2018 by
Every human body is unique, so it makes sense that CPAP therapy isn’t simply a one-size-fits-all treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. Air pressure settings are adjustable, and what works for one patient may not be very effective for another. If you’re putting the effort into CPAP therapy, you want to actually notice a difference in your sleep health, right?Read on...
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10 Fascinating Sleep Statistics That Won’t Put You to Sleep

Thursday, 21 December 2017 by
  Is there a correlation between sleep and happiness? Is it true that you swallow eight spiders per year? Should you really pull that all-nighter before your big exam? Sleep statistics don’t have be boring and dry. We dug up 10 fascinating facts that won’t put you to sleep. 1. Falling asleep should take 10 to 15 minutes. If you’re out...
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Do CPAP Users Have a Greater Risk of Getting the Flu?

Monday, 18 December 2017 by
Nobody likes getting sick — even if it means getting a day off from work or school. With flu season in full swing, it’s becoming harder and harder to avoid it. Did you know that if you’re a CPAP user, you are more susceptible to getting sick? Especially if your CPAP isn’t as clean as it could be. According to...
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