Husband From Small Town May Have Found Solution to Sleep Industry’s 20-Year Compliance Problem
For decades engineers and sleep professionals have been trying to solve the problems associated with wearing a CPAP mask for the treatment of OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea). As stated by the Sleep Review, “the CPAP industry is reacting to several studies over the years that have indicated that as many as 25% to 54% of patients discontinue using PAP therapy.” And, although there have been many valiant engineering efforts along this front, an incredibly simple solution went unnoticed, until now. When perspiration contacts a CPAP mask’s silicone cushion the result is a loss of seal. The increased moisture usually results in the mask slipping and losing air pressure, setting off an entire chain of events that can end with low compliance rates or abandonment of therapy altogether. RemZzzs is exclusively designed to work with the CPAP mask, absorbing facial oils and perspiration, resulting in a better seal, reduced skin irritation and ultimately increased comfort and compliance.
About Naturs Design, Inc.
Naturs Design, Inc. (http://www.remzzzs.com) originated with the desire of its CEO to help his wife sleep more comfortably with her CPAP mask. After a trial of RemZzzs(TM) worked so well, he quickly realized how widespread problems with CPAP therapy were, and decided to bring this wonderful solution to the aid of those that suffer with sleep apnea. CPAP therapy is a very beneficial method in treating patients with Sleep Apnea. Current research shows that CPAP therapy can make a life or death difference. RemZzzs(TM) mask liners make it possible to receive the full benefits of the therapy, allowing the wearer to keep the mask on all night long, comfortably increasing both healing sleep and keeping healthcare professionals happy with increased compliance.
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American Journal of Epidemiology,
Economic Implications of the Diagnosis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea http://www.annals.org/cgi/reprint/130/6/533.pdf
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