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Monday, 24 October 2016 by

When diagnosed with sleep apnea, many questions may arise. Questions around how to deal with sleep apnea and, how to treat it are usually top of mind. Often, a CPAP machine is prescribed to help keep airways open for sleep apnea sufferers (which makes it easier for them to breathe while sleeping.) But how often

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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


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,

It’s hard to believe it’s been six months since we released the SoClean 2 CPAP Cleaner and Sanitizer, an automated device that helps sleep apnea sufferers keep their CPAP machines clean and safe to use. Built with the same sanitizing process used in water purification, hospitals and produce handling, the SoClean 2 destroys 99.9% of

Wake-up Better Looking!!

Tuesday, 14 January 2014 by

Did everyone get their beauty sleep last night? Beauty sleep is no joke! By improving the quality of your sleep you could actually be more attractive according to research from two Michigan universities. Fortunately for people with sleep apnea, a study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine is now reporting that continuous positive airway

Keeping Your CPAP Clean: Make it a Priority

The importance of keeping Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) CPAP equipment is increasing as more and more people are diagnosed with sleep apnea across the nation. Because of the design and nature of CPAP equipment, several of the parts associated with them are disposable, but others are not. It is crucial that both disposable and non-disposable