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The world's first


The world’s first maskless, hoseless, cordless micro-CPAP device.


 

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The world's first


The world’s first maskless, hoseless, cordless micro-CPAP device.


 

Sale of the Airing micro-CPAP is subject to FDA approval. Airing will review FDA requirements as part of the development process. The following content is Airing’s vision of the final design of the device. As a contributor to this Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, you are supporting Airing’s intent to develop the world's first micro-CPAP device.
 

YOU READ THAT RIGHT. We invented a micro-CPAP device that has no hoses, no cords, and no mask. And we did it because too many people have sleep apnea, and too many of those don’t wear their CPAP masks. And who can blame them with those masks and hoses? But we need your help to get it off the drawing board and into your hands. That's why we are raising money through Indiegogo. Learn more about Airing on this page, join us on our Facebook page and then contribute to the cause so you can be the first in line when production begins.

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With your help


With your help, we can liberate sleep apnea sufferers everywhere.

With your help


With your help, we can liberate sleep apnea sufferers everywhere.

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Airing in action


Airing in action


Airing liberates you from sleep apnea.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is typically caused by a blockage of the airway when the soft tissue in the rear of the throat collapses during sleep. Untreated, OSA causes a number of serious health problems, including high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, memory impairment, weight gain, and headaches. The standard treatment for OSA is what is known as “Continuous Positive Airway Pressure,” or CPAP.

CPAP machines can mitigate this problem, but their poor design causes sleep apnea sufferers to give up on it: 50% of CPAP users stop using it within one year. Airing intends to change that with a revolutionary design that will work as well as any other CPAP machine, and patients won't have to deal with cumbersome, uncomfortable masks.

Airing liberates you from the mask mess.

Another reason patients give up on the traditional CPAP masks is that they get dirty and need to be cleaned constantly. Not so with Airing. Each Airing device is designed for one night’s use only and is recyclable. As a result, every night you get a clean device with no cleaning to do, ever. Airing also liberates you from the “mess” of uncomfortable straps and the noisy hum that both come with other CPAP machines.
 

Airing liberates you from hoses and cords.

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Airing’s design is a byproduct of several inventions, chief of which are the micro-blowers originally intended for heat regulation for chips in computers. These micro-blowers are entirely contained within the Airing device, so there is no need for external air hoses. Each Airing device is battery operated, so no need for any power wires. Just “plug” the comfortable buds into your nostrils and breathe all night long.
 

Airing liberates your partner.

CPAP masks have a hard time maintaining a perfect seal onto your face as you move during sleep. The sound of rushing air will wake up not only you but also your partner. The hoses used by CPAP masks drag on the end table and on the bed, causing sleep disruptions. But Airing creates a tight fit inside your nostrils with no hoses to catch on anything. Better yet, snoring is eliminated.

Airing liberates you.

Think about how liberated you could be with not just one good-night sleep, but hundreds of them. Think about health problems you will avoid. Think about the energy you will have. Think about how much more productive you will be at work, the potential car accidents you’ll avoid, even your golf handicap decreasing by 3 shots. In short, think about how liberated you will be when you start using Airing to manage your sleep apnea.

 



About The Breakthrough Technology

 


How the micro-blowers work: