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It’s never too late to be thankful for your health, so in the spirit of Thanksgiving and the beginning of the holiday season, SoClean is offering our best deal ever on the SoClean Automated CPAP Equipment Cleaner. No battling insane Black Friday crowds required. This Black Friday + Cyber Monday weekend*, the SoClean is on

If you’ve been waiting for the right time to buy a SoClean Automated CPAP Equipment Cleaner for yourself or a loved one, now is the perfect opportunity to do so because your purchase will help SoClean contribute to a wonderful organization that does so much for the sleep apnea community. For the entire month of September,

A few weeks ago Better Rest Solutions was fortunate enough to attend Medtrade, the Premier Home Medical Equipment Expo and Conference, in Atlanta, Georgia. According to the Medtrade website: “Medtrade brings the home medical equipment community together under one roof, providing attendees and exhibitors with opportunities to build successful business relationships. It is the largest

We’re excited to announce that that we’ll be making a special donation to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) in recognition of Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, an annual public awareness campaign that the organization sponsors. For every SoClean and SoClean 2 Go sold in the month of November, Better Rest Solutions will donate $5 per sale

April 18, 1981 is a special day in the history of sleep apnea. It’s the day that Dr. Colin Sullivan, inventor of the Continuous Positive Air Pressure (CPAP) machine, published the results of a study demonstrating the effectiveness of CPAP therapy for sleep apnea sufferers. Dr. Sullivan’s study revolutionized treatment of this potentially dangerous yet


Typically, the Computer Electronics Show (CES) is known for consumer electronics and gadgets galore. This year Better Rest Solutions (BRS) debuts their revolutionary, second generation, CPAP cleaning and sanitizing machine —The SoClean® 2 at the Digital Health Section at CES 2014. A study conducted by Dr. Sandra Horowitz of Brigham Women’s Hospital concluded that CPAP