4 Supplies You Need to Keep Your CPAP Equipment Clean

Thursday, 14 September 2017 by
CPAP therapy is supposed to make you feel better, not worse. However, if you’re using a dirty CPAP machine, you have a greater risk of getting sick from pathogens and mold trapped in your CPAP equipment. Do you have all the supplies you need to keep your CPAP equipment in pristine condition? Here are some easy cleaning solutions that’ll step up...
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How Dealing with Sleep Apnea is Different for Men and Women

Tuesday, 12 September 2017 by
Sleep apnea is often mischaracterized as a “men’s disorder.” The truth is that it affects women too—though not always in the same way. Dealing with sleep apnea can be different for women, due in part to their risk factors, the symptoms they experience and their difficulty obtaining a diagnosis.Here’s an overview of some of the key differences between sleep apnea...
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10 Sleep Apnea Facts and Statistics You Should Know

Thursday, 07 September 2017 by
How much do you really know about sleep apnea? There’s a lot of information about this sleep disorder floating around on the internet. For today’s post, we curated 10 of the most important sleep apnea facts and statistics to keep you in the know. Many of these may even surprise you. Key Sleep Apnea Facts and Statistics 1. More than...
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Cleaning CPAP Equipment: How to Clean CPAP Tubing

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 by
CPAP tubing is a prime breeding ground for mold and pathogens, largely due in part to common issues like rainout and condensation that create moisture in your equipment. It’s important to keep your CPAP tubing clean and dry to avoid exposure to these harmful germs.Since CPAP tubing measures an average of six feet in length, cleaning it poses somewhat of...
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