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Bleep, LLC announces the availability of the DreamPort Sleep Solution, the first mask-replacement offering for CPAP users who are struggling with the many "pain points" of traditional CPAP masks

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Fewer than 50% of sleep apnea patients stick with CPAP therapy, because of Mask issues and Bleep intends to change that by making the Mask a thing of the past.

CPAP therapy has long been the standard of care for Obstructive Sleep Apnea, but it has historically been a challenge for many users due to cumbersome straps, the size and the weight of traditional CPAP masks.

Bleep's proprietary adhesive design means no headgear and a leak-free seal. Gone are the morning facial marks experienced by many users. The Bleep DreamPort is one-size fits all and the lightest CPAP interface in the world.

"Our Bleep DreamPort Solution offers unparalleled strapless comfort making CPAP therapy a great experience for most users," said Founder and CEO Stuart Heatherington, RPSGT.

"We are confident that Bleep's increased comfort and ease of use will improve user outcomes. The traditional CPAP mask is now a thing of the past!" says Bleep CMO, Alan Greene, RRT.

The Bleep DreamPort Sleep Solution is FDA cleared, covered by Medicare and most insurances. Bleep is available now from our current partners: https://bleepsleep.com/our-partners/

About Bleep, LLC

Bleep is a privately held company based in Chapel Hill, NC founded by Stuart Heatherington a Registered Sleep Technologist and veteran CPAP user. Bleep's management team is composed of experienced sleep therapy industry pioneers and executives.

https://bleepsleep.com

Contact:
Alan Greene, CMO
Bleep, LLC                                           
919-971-4933 
alan@bleepsleep.com

 

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