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VirtuCLEAN vs. SoClean 2: Helping Your Spouse Choose the Perfect CPAP Machine Sanitizer

Does your partner’s snoring keep you awake at night? If so, there is a good chance are you may not be sleeping too well, either. Interrupted sleep often leads to fatigue, irritability, and the inability to concentrate. Nighttime should be a time to relax and rejuvenate, preparing for the next day.

Losing sleep can take a heavy toll on your relationship. To avoid this, you need to determine why your partner is having < href=”https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/features/having-trouble-sleeping#1″ > difficulty sleeping. He or she may already have tried obvious things like:

  • Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day
  • Sleeping in a dark, quiet, and comfortable bedroom
  • Getting 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night
  • Participating in daily exercise
  • Limiting caffeine and alcohol
  • Turning off electronics at least one hour before going to bed

If sleep problems continue to happen, a doctor’s visit should be in your near future. The doctor may diagnose your spouse with sleep apnea and may recommend a CPAP machine to combat the symptoms of this disorder. CPAP therapy can help your spouse breathe more comfortably at night. A CPAP machine has a tube and a mask which deliver a constant stream of air pressure that prevents the airway from collapsing. There is also a filter and a small tank of water, which acts as a humidifier.

Keeping Your New CPAP Machine Clean

To ensure that your spouse’s new CPAP machine stays sanitary, they should clean it often. Regular cleaning removes bacteria, allergens, and mold that can potentially reside in the CPAP machine’s mask and tubes. With a clean and sanitized CPAP machine, your partner can focus on getting a restful night’s sleep rather than worrying about the possible effects of unhealthy germs. A fast and easy way to keep a CPAP machine clean is with a sanitizing machine.

Choosing a CPAP Sanitizing Machine

VirtuCLEAN and SoClean 2 are two popular CPAP sanitizing machines. Both are a quick and easy way to clean CPAP machines without using water or chemicals. These machines kill bacteria that is known to thrive in dirty CPAP equipment.
VirtuCLEAN kills 99% of bacteria, mold, and virus germs on CPAP machines. Upon waking in the morning, your spouse connects his or her machine’s hose to the VirtuCLEAN sanitizer and turns it on. After 30 minutes, the machine beeps five times to signal that the cleaning cycle is complete and will then shut itself off. The VirtuCLEAN CPAP Cleaner uses Ozone, otherwise known as “activated oxygen,” to kill harmful bacteria and germs. Ozone destroys harmful pathogens like the flu, E. coli, staph, and strep.

The VirtuCLEAN is compact and portable, taking up very little space on a nightstand. Plus, it runs on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a 10-year life. Every charge gives seven full cleaning cycles before recharging is needed. To recharge, connect your machine to a USB port or an outlet using a USB adapter.

SoClean 2 is another easy and fast way to clean CPAP machines effectively. It also kills 99.9% of mold, bacteria, and viruses using natural activated oxygen to sanitize the entire CPAP system thoroughly. Much like the VirtuCLEAN, SoClean 2 cleans your machine’s mask, hose, and the reservoir without using any water or chemicals. When the SoClean 2 finishes sanitizing your equipment in 10 minutes, it will be dry, sanitized, and ready to use.

The SoClean 2 machine is effortless to operate and does not require you to take your CPAP machine apart to clean it. You simply open the sanitizing machine’s lid, place your CPAP mask inside the machine, and close the top. Ozone will surround the CPAP mask to clean both the inside and outside. This machine is not quite as small as the VirtuClean and does require an outlet.

If your partner has been diagnosed with sleep apnea, he or she has a real medical problem. Many people have trouble adjusting to their newly-discovered condition and may be feeling overwhelmed with treatment. In addition to offering encouragement, you can help your partner participate in CPAP machine treatment by encouraging the proper maintenance of their equipment. This is an easy way to help your partner focus on recovery and in turn, helping you both get the rest you need at night.