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Your Guide to Dealing with Sleep Apnea

Wednesday, 05 October 2016 by

Your Guide to Dealing with Sleep Apnea from SoCleanUSA

Sleep plays a critical role in the quest to stay healthy, but it can be challenging for people to get enough quality sleep night after night. Adding just 15 minutes of sleep each week is a good way to improve sleep health. This is the goal of the Sleeptember®, “Go Dark” campaign.   What Is

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If you use a CPAP machine to sleep soundly at night, you should already know how important it is to clean your mask and equipment. Over time, dangerous CPAP bacteria can accumulate inside your device. And through the hottest days of summer (both those behind us and ahead), mold, mildew, and other organisms infamously thrive

Hearing you have sleep apnea can be confusing. With the right tools and resources, though, you can lead a relatively healthy and normal life after diagnosis. Here are the first steps you should take after learning you have sleep apnea.   Step 1: Get a CPAP You’ll need a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine;


Sleep apnea affects upwards of 18 million Americans. While it’s particularly common among middle-aged men, it does affect women as well. This disorder causes people to stop breathing multiple times during sleep and has been linked to serious health issues. Sleep apnea can be treated with the use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy,