Pain and Sleep
Many pain medications can fragment sleep. Before a diabetic, or anyone else for that matter, gets treated for pain, it is best that a clinician investigate whether patients have a sleep disorder. Their sleep environment and sleep hygiene should also be assessed. Those that are diagnosed with sleep apnea and are being treated with CPAP, should ensure their equipment is clean and sanitized.
That is where the SoClean® is a perfect partner with CPAP equipment because it effortlessly and intuitively cleans and sanitizes CPAP equipment without the use of water and soap or disassembly. Keeping the diabetic healthy by practicing stellar sleep hygiene with the addition of SoClean to their CPAP routine can reduce colds and viruses keeping health as the number one priority.