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Better Rest Solutions Partners with EasyBreathe.com Expanding Consumer Access to the SoClean® 2 CPAP Cleaning and Sanitizing Machine

BOSTON, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Better Rest Solutions (BRS), the creator of the SoClean® 2 CPAP Cleaning and Sanitizing Machine, today announced a strategic partnership with EasyBreathe.com, a leading supplier of high quality sleep apnea products to customers throughout the United States. Since its introduction in 2012, the SoClean® 2 has become the #1-rated product among CPAP users, and now it will be easier than ever for U.S. consumers to purchase it directly at www.EasyBreathe.com.

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A foundation for success

The SoClean® 2 is a safe, natural solution for cleaning and sanitizing CPAP equipment, effectively eliminating mold, bacteria and viruses. EasyBreathe.com makes purchasing CPAP supplies simple and convenient by communicating with your physician, dealing with your insurance carrier, and stocking a complete line of sleep apnea products from all the major manufacturers.  This partnership will expand access to the SoClean® 2 for the millions of Americans who have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and give EasyBreathe.com the opportunity to add a high-demand product to its inventory.

"We are so happy to see the success of the SoClean® 2 and the EasyBreathe.com partnership," said Mike Schmidt, President of BRS. "We are excited about the future and continued growth between the SoClean® 2 and DMEs."

How the SoClean® 2 benefits DMEs

Recently, the durable medical equipment (DME) market has undergone a number of changes as a result of Medicare reimbursement cuts from competitive bidding. These cuts ultimately raise the minimum economies of scale that DME providers need to be profitable. The SoClean® 2 is the perfect complement for CPAP providers, presenting a great opportunity to partner with a cash-driven product amid changing insurance regulations.

"The SoClean® 2 is a great addition to EasyBreathe.com's CPAP product line," said Nick Weiss, CEO of EasyBreathe.com. "Our customers love their CPAPs because of the higher quality sleep and overall improved health and well-being they get. The SoClean® 2 is theeasy cleaning solution that they've been looking for."

The SoClean® 2 revolutionizes the cleaning of CPAP equipment

CPAP equipment should be cleaned daily, but is often neglected. This prevents sleep apnea sufferers from effectively using their CPAP machines and puts them at risk of contracting an illness from dirty equipment. Most patients hand-wash their equipment with soap and water, but many others simply forget. The SoClean® 2's cutting-edge technology automatically sanitizes CPAP machines, using safe, natural, activated oxygen (ozone). It effectively destroys 99.9% of the mold, bacteria and viruses the machine comes in contact with—without chemicals, soap or water. 

Learn more or place an order

To order the SoClean® 2, visit the EasyBreathe.com website at:
http://www.easybreathe.com/SoClean-2-p4177.html

For more information on Better Rest Solutions and the SoClean® 2.device, visit:

https://www.betterrestsolutions.com/soclean/

For partnership opportunities, Contact Us:

http://www.betterrestsolutions.com/about-us/contact-us/
 

About Better Rest Solutions

Better Rest Solutions was founded in July 2011 in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, with the goal of improving the health and quality of life for those who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and other sleep disorders.

Founder Michael Schmidt and SoClean® 2 creator Tim Leyva both have personal experience with sleep apnea. As such, they recognized the challenges faced by CPAP users and began to understand how failure to properly clean CPAP equipment could interfere with effective CPAP therapy.

With so many suffering from OSA and many more being diagnosed every day, Better Rest Solutions remains committed to meeting OSA sufferers' ever-growing needs. This commitment is what led to the development of the SoClean® 2, a first-of-its-kind product that has revolutionized CPAP cleaning and sanitizing.

About EasyBreathe.com

EasyBreathe.com began with a single goal in mind: making the purchase of a CPAP machine and supplies one of the easiest and most convenient experiences for sleep apnea sufferers. They strive to be the one company that does everything the right way – not only to stand out, but also to offer customers an unsurpassed experience that they can't find anywhere else.

For more information about Better Rest Solutions, visit: www.betterrestsolutions.com

For more information about EasyBreathe.com, visit: www.easybreathe.com

Reference:

http://www.homecaremag.com/bradley-smith/jan-2014/flourish-expand-similar-markets

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Media Contact: Michael Schmidt, Better Rest Solutions, 866.501.3705, mike.schmidt@betterrestsolutions.com

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