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An estimated 50-70 million adults in the United States have a sleep or wakefulness disorder such as sleep apnea or insomnia, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Research shows that insufficient sleep puts individuals at higher risk of both physical and mental health issues, including hypertension, diabetes, obesity, depression
You may not know it, but we’re currently right smack in the middle of Sleeptember! Nope, not September. SLEEPtember. That’s right. For those of you are unaware, Sleeptember is the American Sleep Apnea Association’s annual month-long initiative to raise awareness for sleep apnea, a disorder that affects millions of Americans. Here at SoClean, we’re doing
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,
As if getting older isn’t tough enough on your body already, there’s another health-related issue for you to be on the lookout for with the passing of time: Snoring. You may have convinced yourself that you’re going crazy upon noticing that your partner’s snoring has gotten worse over the years. Surely, you’re just imagining things,
During Men’s Health Week, Better Rest Solutions challenged men and women to take the 8-Hour Sleep Challenge and get 8 hours of sleep per night for a full week. As the challenge progressed, we posted daily polls on our Facebook page to get a better understanding of participants’ sleep habits. So without further ado, here’s
Snoring is more than just an unpleasant sound that interferes with your sleep and keeps your partner up at night. More importantly, it can have a negative impact on your overall health – both mental and physical. A recent study published in the journal Neurology links heavy snoring with early memory loss. Researchers from NYU