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The Dog Ate My Sleep: Balance Your CPAP Therapy and Pets

Loving your pet and loving your sleep are two wonderful things. However, mixing the two and adding CPAP therapy to the mix can sometimes cause a hairy mess.

Do CPAP Therapy and Pets Mix Well?

Dog with CPAP maskYou get ready to turn in for the night and just as you flip off the lights, you start to hear pawing at your door. You turn on the lights, open the door and notice a cute little furry friend begging to join you for bed.

Sometimes it’s hard to say no to man’s best friend, but if you let a restless pet sleep in your room, you may be in for a night of tossing and turning. Mask away the unwanted sounds of
barking and lull yourself to sleep
with SleepPhones.

Look What the Cat Dragged In… | Filter Our Pet Hair & Dander

It’s unavoidable to live without pet hair and dander when owning a pet. CPAP users who aren’t filtering their air properly may find themselves inhaling that unwanted pet dander. Keep your air fresh by adding a bacteria filter to your CPAP setup. With additional unsanitary matter, CPAP users with pets should replace their CPAP filters more often.

CPAP Bacteria filter

My Biggest Pet Peeve | Protect Your CPAP Equipment

Cat with cpap hose Do you ever walk in and find your cat looking like this?

Sometimes our little friends may mistake our  cpap masks and tubing as chew toys. It’s always a good idea to keep extras on hand or cover up your tubing with a SnuggleHose.

 

Don’t Throw Someone to the Dogs, Share Your CPAP Therapy Tips

There are lots of interesting tips for CPAP users with pets. If you think this will help any of your fellow friends, feel free to share this post with them.

Now that you have more information on how to improve your CPAP therapy if you have pets at home, we hope you both get more restful sleep! Need more information? No worries! Our CPAP experts are here to answer any questions you might have, just contact us through email, phone, or chat.

Happy CPAPing!

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