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How Sleep8 can Save Precious Time

Many of us see our loved ones suffering from Sleep Apnea every day and in some cases, many of us are victims ourselves. We know the struggles this condition causes and how one’s health begins to deteriorate because of it.

The good news is that you can use a CPAP machine and recommend it to your loved ones as well. A CPAP machine helps you enjoy a restful sleep of eight hours every night and wake up with a fresh mind and body.

But to enjoy restful sleep, you need to ensure thorough care of CPAP accessories. However, the process of cleaning CPAP devices is extremely time consuming, especially for people who must keep up with a regular job in addition to all other household responsibilities.

Moisture can accumulate in your mask a tube during use, which gives birth to impurities, mold and germs. And lack of time is no reason to neglect cleaning your supplies.

Sleep8 is here to help. Sleep8 disinfects and cleans CPAP components very effectively and easily while saving your time.

Why do you need the Sleep8 CPAP Cleaner?

Each time you wear your CPAP mask, the oil your skin secretes, dead skin cells and your sweat stick to the material of the mask. Additionally, moisture also runs from your own breath, as well as the humidifier, which creates a large breeding platform for bacteria and germs.

Therefore, if you are an individual undergoing treatment for your sleep apnea using a CPAP machine, cleaning it regularly is essential. This is not always easy and convenient and is certainly very time-consuming. Luckily the Sleep8 is portable enough to go anywhere you do.

Consequences of Not Cleaning

If you think that cleaning your machine is not a priority, you must think again. Several studies suggest that CPAP machine components are potential germ factories. A joint study discovered that CPAP masks contained over 2000 colonies of bacteria when they did not receive sanitization for a period of forty-eight hours.

The study also further showed that even with regular cleaning, the silicone surfaces of masks around six to ten months old became resistant to cleaning practices. This is further evidence that users should replace CPAP masks after every six months.

Bactria accumulation alone can give birth to several health complications, even more so if you are already sick but still do not clean it. Bacteria tend to thrive and multiply in damp and humid conditions present in your mask, tubing, and water chamber.

Common Inconveniences of Sanitization

As important as the practice of regular cleaning is, many people fail to keep up with it because the process is time-consuming. This happens especially when people do not use the Sleep8 accessory.

The problem is that sanitizing a CPAP system is very time-consuming for an average person to fit into a busy and demanding schedule. The CPAP machine demands regular cleaning of the components and replacing old ones as per manufacturer’s instructions, such as filters and masks.

You must clean the masks and tubes very carefully, with warm water and dish soap or distilled vinegar. Other products, especially those containing bleach or alcohol, and even using excessively hot water could damage the tube.

To clean the mask and tubes effectively, disconnect them from the machine and soak them for thirty minutes. You may also need a fine brush to scrub certain parts and remove buildups. Finally, dry the parts in a manner where the water does not trap inside. You must also clean the water chamber in a similar way to ensure there is clean and freshwater for the humidifier daily.

While the cleaning process is itself not too complex, it takes a lot of time. If cleaning doesn’t take up a large part of your routine, you’re not doing it correctly.  

How Sleep8 can help you save time

The Sleep8 companion makes your CPAP cleaning process simple and quicker. You can now easily use this streamlined approach to clean your tubes, masks and water chamber. You will only need minimal effort to sanitize your CPAP system.

The Sleep8 companion uses only two components: a small device you can hold and a unique filter bag. A small port connects these two components together. A valve on the unique filter bag ensures a snug and airtight fit. If you do not achieve a secure connection, the device will not start and require you to make alterations and adjustments.

The Sleep8 companion not only ensures effective cleaning but also seals your safety and saves up precious time for you. The Sleep8 accessory uses ozone, activated oxygen to sanitize your CPAP system.

The device produces the ozone and pumps it into the filter bag, which ensures an effective cleaning session. Although ozone is a powerful agent for sanitization purposes, it is also extremely harmful if you inhale it. Even a tiny amount can send you into a fit of coughing, cause breathing shortage and chest pain. Ozone can also cause respiratory infections and worsen asthma symptoms.

This is why the shut off feature in Sleep8 is crucial to offset the unhealthy exposure of ozone. The bag itself contains an activated setting of carbon filter, which makes the ozone-safe and allows you peace of mind when cleaning your equipment.

You need to sanitize the mask, the tubes, and the water chamber and place them inside the bag. You must shut the bag before you activate the sanitization process. Also, ensure the water chamber is dry before putting it inside the filter bag. Water can disrupt your sanitation process. You must also put the tubing into the internal port of the bag before you begin the sanitation cycle.

Final Thoughts

The Sleep8 companion has a specific design, solely committed to make sanitizing your CPAP components quicker and easier. After you have placed all your CPAP components in the filter, connect it to the Sleep8 device, push the button and breathe a sigh of relief.

We are sure you are thoroughly pleased with how efficient and time saving the Sleep8 companion is. If you want one for yourself, you can get it here.



Written by: Sa Bal

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