ORLANDO, FL, Aug. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE – REMSleep Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: RMSL) and its principals are pleased to announce the first production run of the new Deltawave is anticipated at the end of August, 2019. We continue to work our business plan. We have a Sales Manager and Marketing resources waiting for the green light. In addition, we have initiated design of our second product with our design engineer. This will be the women’s version of the Deltawave now that we have completed Deltawave. Women presently represent approximately 40% of the market for sleep apnea, and the company looks forward to presenting the Deltawave to market. We are confident the new Deltawave will make a huge impact for so many who are still struggling with sleep apnea.
We also believe we have the CPAP and NIV interface that may confer additional benefits to other comorbidities along with sleep apnea such as COPD, heart failure, and respiratory failure. (COPD) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is the third leading cause of death in the US and will continue to rise worldwide by 2030. In the US alone, the cost of this disease is approximately $50 billion annually. Over 90% of patients with COPD are not receiving (NIV) non-invasive ventilation therapy. Remsleep believes Deltawave may be a good fit for assisting breathing difficulties for such comorbidities and offer relief that has not been available.
REMSleep Holdings, Inc. was founded to design and manufacture devices and products for the treatment of sleep apnea and other respiratory conditions. With over 50 years of collective experience in CPAP therapy, the REMSleep team has extensive knowledge and understanding of CPAP and the challenges of patient compliance. REMSleep Holdings, Inc. has a new patent pending, innovative sleep apnea product that will meet multiple market needs and then be able to reach and address a large percentage of the patient population who continue to struggle with CPAP compliance.
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