Do you ever struggle to stay awake at work? Maybe you doze off during a long meeting or hit an afternoon slump and need sugar or caffeine to jolt you awake. Feeling tired at work affects your productivity. It can make you less motivated, less efficient and in some cases can be very dangerous.
If you’re wondering about cleaning your CPAP machine you’re not alone. In fact, here at Sleep Clinic Services one of the questions we get asked a lot is “How do I clean my CPAP”?And because we want your CPAP treatment to be as hassle-free as possible we’ve created a quick guide to cleaning your CPAP machine.
Even if you’ve been using CPAP for years it’s always a great idea to refresh your memory when it comes to cleaning your CPAP machine. A lapse in regular cleaning can lead to a build-up of mould spores, viruses, mildew, fungus and bacteria.
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As the weather cools down you’re more susceptible to catching a cold, or even worse the flu. For most people having a cold is bearable but if you suffer from snoring or sleep apnoea and you are being treated by CPAP therapy, a cold can be a nightmare.
Sleep is as essential to good health as oxygen, food, and water. Good quality sleep repairs cells, restores energy and refreshes the mind-improving our health and well being; naturally. Therefore, like planning a workout at a gym, or following a diet to maintain good health, the same consideration should be applied to your nightly sleep routine.