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Why All CPAP Cleaners Aren't Created Equal

It is well known that regular and consistent use of a CPAP machine for treating Sleep Apnea results in positive health benefits, but almost just as important as using your CPAP machine is regular and thorough cleaning and sanitizing of your CPAP equipment. Cleaning with soap and water to kill germs and bacteria is a time-consuming process, and many CPAP users cannot find the time to properly clean their equipment. But not properly cleaning your CPAP equipment can leave you feeling fatigued or sick. That's where CPAP cleaning becomes essential, but not all CPAP cleaners are created equal.  Did you know Sleep8 is one of only two CPAP Cleaners on the market with US Lab tested efficacy to kill 99.9% germs and...

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Unpacking your Sleep8

Let's unpack your new Sleep8 together. Your Sleep8 comes with the device, the bag and the charger.  Sleep8 exists to give CPAP users a simple way to sanitize their entire CPAP, even on-the-go, for a restful, healthy sleep every night.

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Understanding the Difference Between Sleep Apnea and Snoring

  Dealing with snoring is one of those things that’s often dismissed as merely a nuisance or a sign of aging. People will go years without giving it much of a second thought, only to eventually learn that they’ve been dealing with sleep apnea all along. If left untreated, sleep apnea can have serious health consequences, so it’s important to understand the difference between these two conditions. Primary Snoring An estimated 90 million American adults snore during sleep, and 37 million report dealing with snoring on a regular basis. While many people associate the sound of snoring with the nose, it’s actually caused by turbulence and vibrating tissues in the back of the throat. When the muscles in the back of...

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How to Get Used to CPAP Therapy

If you've recently been diagnosed with sleep apnea, it's likely your doctor has prescribed CPAP therapy or continuous positive airway pressure and recommended you to use your machine every night. "In order to get the best results from your CPAP therapy, you need to use it diligently. You need to use it every day. Don't skip. Don't use it three or four days a week. Try to keep it on all night long because we now know that some of the worst episodes of sleep-disordered breathing actually occur in the early morning hours just before you wake up", according to sleep expert Dr. Robert Rosenberg. In spite of their doctor's recommendation, about half of people say they struggle with getting...

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