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If you’ve just gotten a CPAP machine or are considering purchasing one, you might wonder how it will factor into future travel plans. For many people, sleep apnea is a significant health hazard, so going without their CPAP machine — even for a few days — is not an option. But even if you have…

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CPAP Mask

CPAP Recalls This year, several CPAP and BiPAP machines have been recalled due to a recently discovered problem with a type of foam used to reduce the machine’s sound and vibrations. Reports say this foam can break down, allowing particles of the foam or chemical emissions to enter the device’s air pathway, which can be…

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We developed Sleep8 to do two things: help maintain your CPAP accessories and keep you safe. Here’s how we did it while still delivering one of the easiest-to-use devices available. 

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When you think of ozone, you might be transported back in time to 7th grade science class when you learned about the ozone layer: the part of the atmosphere that protects us from the sun’s UV rays. Its depletion has been cause for concern for decades, but the work done to phase out the usage…

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Man snoring

CPAPs for Snoring vs. Sleep Apnea Snoring can be indicative of two different conditions: primary snoring and sleep apnea. While primary snoring can be frustrating, particularly to a partner, it does not pose serious health risks. By contrast, sleep apnea occurs when a person temporarily stops breathing while sleeping. Snoring can indicate sleep apnea, but…

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A CPAP works by taking the air in the room, pressurizing it through a vacuum pump, running it through a humidifier, and finally into your lungs via tubing and mask. But, how does that constant flow of pressurized air treat sleep apnea, and ultimately reduce your risk of suffering a stroke? Here’s a quick breakdown…

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Man sleeping with a CPAP machine maintained by ozone

As you may have heard, there is a growing concern around those using ozone to support their machines as well as their mask and tubing. Here’s what you need to know to keep your equipment safe and free of bacteria. Ozone can damage CPAP machines Ozone is a highly reactive compound made of three oxygen…

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Man putting his CPAP accessories into Sleep8 to be maintained

Getting used to using a CPAP mask can be difficult for anyone. It’s even more difficult for people whose mask irritates their skin. If this is you, you’re not alone. It may be tempting to want to give up the CPAP altogether, but the significant health benefits of properly using the machine are worth getting…

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CPAPs are one of the most commonly prescribed sleep apnea treatments. However, they do take some getting used to. Some people get so frustrated with their CPAP machine that they abandon it altogether. Don’t let that be you! To help those with sleep apnea have a better experience with their CPAP, we’ve put together this…

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Today, you have a lot of germ-killing options at your disposal. Two of the relatively newer options for consumers are ozone and UV light. A quick search online shows that there is no shortage of different products to try and thousands of reviews of each to dig through. But how do each of these work?…

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