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If you rely on a CPAP machine to manage your sleep apnea, you're probably aware that it needs to be cleaned from time to time. From dead skin cells to bacteria, mold, and dust, it doesn't take long for buildup to occur on or inside your CPAP equipment that can impact both the effectiveness of your treatment as well as your personal health.
We all need a little escape from time to time, and camping is a great way to do that. There are plenty of benefits, from fresh air and sunshine to relieving stress and resetting your sleep cycle. But how can you go camping with sleep apnea?
If you use a CPAP machine, you know how beneficial it can be for managing your sleep apnea and helping you get a good night’s rest. However, it’s important to practice proper maintenance in order to maximize the effects of your treatment and keep your CPAP machine functioning as it should.
Sleep is a behavioral state that is a natural part of every individual’s life and is vital to our health and well being. Millions of individuals are not getting enough sleep, or are suffering from other sleep problems, such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Ugh! Mondays, am I right? This Monday is particularly bad because it’s the first Monday after Daylight Saving Time. Now you probably remember the first Daylight Saving Time blogs that we wrote back in November, but that was the end of DST where we move the clocks back one hour and gain some sleep and this is the beginning of DST where we move the clocks forward and lose an hour of sleep.
Looking for a machine that will give you top notch portable oxygen therapy? Well look no further and feast your eyes on the SimplyGo Mini Portable Oxygen Concentrator. This attractive and sleek machine with an easy-to-remove external battery, provides the latest and greatest in oxygen therapy.