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Ozone and Bacteria; Why CPAP Hydration Fluid and SoClean are Complementary

I’m sure most of you have heard of ozone in relation to its presence in the Earth’s atmosphere. But, did you know ozone is also a very good disinfectant for microbial growth like bacteria, mold and some fungus? You can learn more about ozone and how it destroys bacteria in this Link.

Because ozone is such a great disinfectant, many companies have started utilizing the sanitizing properties to fight bacterial outbreaks. When looking at the CPAP industry, two companies are utilizing ozone in order to fight and keep cpap machines clean. Both Aireon Therapeutics and SoClean are utilizing ozone as their proprietary sanitizing ingredient. Aireon Therapeutics uses ozone as the final step in the purification process of CPAP Hydration Fluid and SoClean utilizes the gas to clean hydration chambers, masks and tubes in their cleaning process.

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This utilization of ozone makes CPAP Hydration Fluid and the SoClean system the perfect complement of CPAP essentials for fighting bacteria outbreaks. The purity of CPAP Hydration Fluid reduces the chance bacteria, molds or fungus can grow on any of your cpap equipment and SoClean decimates anything that could be potentially harmful. The combination is truly exceptional at killing and preventing any outbreaks or contamination of your cpap machine, thus keeping you safe and healthy. Try this combination today!


Sleep Disordered-breathing and Dementia

We have written articles before discussing the increased coincidence of untreated sleep apnea and Alzheimer’s Disease.  Now, in research out of the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference we learn more about how untreated Sleep Apnea increases the symptoms of both dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.  You can find the full article by clicking this LINK.

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The research study has shown that sleep apnea, when left untreated increases the likelihood of a person developing mild to severe dementia.  If left untreated, the dementia progresses to Alzheimer’s Disease much more rapidly than when a person doesn’t have sleep apnea or when a person treats their sleep apnea.

Further, the research has gone so far as to state a likely mode of disease.  When a person suffers from sleep apnea, their brain doesn’t get enough rest for their body to rid their brains of beta-amyloid.  The beta-amyloid is a plaque buildup associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.  Beta-amyloid buildups are the characteristic trait of Alzheimer’s Disease patients. The Alzheimer’s Association Chief Scientist said, “sleep apnea actually accelerated the movement into mild cognitive impairment diagnosis for individuals who had been cognitively healthy just a few years prior.”  

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Overall, the article paints an unpleasant picture for individuals who suffer with undiagnosed and untreated sleep-disordered breathing.  Once dementia sets in, if left untreated, the plummet to full cognitive impairment can be swift and isn’t reversible.  So, if you or someone you know has or thinks they have sleep disordered breathing make sure they get tested soon!  If you or someone you know is prescribed CPAP therapy make sure they stick with their therapy regimen and hopefully they’ll avoid the negative side effects of cognitive impairment associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.

 

 

A New CPAP Hydration Fluid Review

Hello everyone and welcome to the Aireon Therapeutics Blog.  Today we have the pleasure of sharing with you another CPAP Hydration Fluid video review.  However, this time the review is a bit different.  The perspective of this review comes from the point of view of a CPAP users spouse.  Enjoy and like always, please check back to our blog often for more information and tips that will help you comply with your CPAP therapy.