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What is sleep apnea?
Obstructive Sleep Apnea ( OSA ) is a potentially dangerous sleeping disorder, causing breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep.
Signs of OSA can range from snoring and excessive daytime sleepiness to observed episodes of breathing cessation while sleeping. CPAP, BiPAP, APAP, and other sleep therapy devices help to alleviate these issues by delivering constant, pressured airflow directly to you as you sleep.
Keeping your sleep therapy machines working at their best is essential to keep them clean, sterile, and germ/bacteria-free. This ensures not only the longevity of your devices but ensures that you'll receive only clean, pure air without compromising your health.
Importance Of Daily Cleaning
What happens if we don't clean our sleep machines? ---Bacteria and mold can grow inside the tubes and in your mask;
Possible symptoms caused including:
•Skin irritation/Airway/lung irritation
CPAP Cleaning Methods
• Water and disinfectant: Easy to operate but can be time-consuming and have the potential risk of breeding grounds for bacteria if the tap water is not clean and the device parts could not be dried completely;
• UV Light sanitizing: Fast and effective for mask and water chamber cleaning, but UV light could not reach the inside of the CPAP hoses.
Activated oxygen cleaning
Our CPAP cleaning machines use activated oxygen, also known as O3 or ozone, to sanitize the CPAP devices. The same technology is used in the medical and water treatment Industries since the 1800s.
An adequately used ozone will not cause harm to your health and voids your CPAP warranty.
•No more messy liquids and soaps.
•Activated oxygen (ozone) cleans up to 99% of microorganism.
•Ultra quiet and compact, designed for both home and travel use.