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How to Clean Your CPAP Machine

Thorough cleaning of your CPAP machine is an important step to ensure your safety and a properly functioning device. An unclean system can become a breeding ground for microbial growth like mold, which can pose significant health risks. Fortunately, the process itself does not require more than five minutes of your time. Regular maintenance and …

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How to Clean a CPAP Machine Using the Sleep8 Device

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder where breathing stops and starts repeatedly while sleeping. A person suffering from this disorder has episodes where their breathing stops for a few seconds multiple times per night. Some cases can be quite severe, where breathing can pause 30 times or more per hour.  A staggering 37% of American adults suffer from sleep apnea. The United States, Brazil, and Colombia have 60% of the world’s cases, a total of 170 million people.   …

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Protect Yourself from Toxic Bacteria with the Lumin CPAP Cleaner

Protect Yourself from Toxic Bacteria with the Lumin CPAP Cleaner Estimates show that 22 million Americans experience sleep apnea. Eighty percent of the moderate to severe cases of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) haven’t received a diagnosis. This translates to about 4,400,000 individuals diagnosed with OSA. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the gold standard for treatment. CPAPs need careful …

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Caring for Your CPAP Equipment: A Guide to CPAP Cleaning

Caring for Your CPAP Equipment: A Guide to CPAP Cleaning If you use a CPAP machine, it’s important to care for your CPAP equipment properly so it continues working as it should. A staggering 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. The majority of these cases remain untreated, leading to high blood pressure, strokes, and chronic heart …

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