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AirFit™ P10 Nasal Pillow Mask 4.5/5
"I’m into year 12 of wearing CPAP masks, and this is by far the best I've had. Simple straps with no need to make adjustments with Velcro. And the pillows adjust well to the nostrils."
Swift™ FX Nasal Pillow Mask 4.6/5
"I have been using Swift Masks for years and have appreciated the improvements that have been made over time. This latest version with the silicone strap in the head gear has not disappointed me one bit. I highly recommend this mask."
Profile Lite Nasal Mask 4.5/5
"I've tried many masks but this one fits the bill perfectly. It's comfortable, doesn't leak and allows me to move around from side to side while staying perfectly in place... I highly recommend it."
Simplus Full Face Mask 4.6/5
"Love this mask. Great seal with little to no air leakage at night. Very comfortable! My first full-face mask and I wish I had gotten this 10 years ago. I am sleeping great!"
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Game Changing Sleep Tips
Be careful what you eat before rest.
Large meals before bed may make it difficult to fall asleep as some foods contain stimulating proteins. Foods rich in melatonin (cherries and oatmeal) or L-tryptophan (bananas and warm milk) are a great way to induce sleep. (1)
Exercise is great - but not before bedtime.
Try to avoid strenuous exercise up to three hours before bedtime. Exercise has an alerting effect and raises your body temperature. This rise leads to a corresponding fall in temperature five to six hours later, which makes sleep easier then. (2)
Stay comfortable, cool, and noise friendly.
A peaceful bedtime routine sends a powerful signal to your brain that it’s time to rest. If you can’t avoid external noise, try masking it with a fan, white noise, or Sleep Phones. Maximize your sleep comfort by cooling your bed and using pillows that provide more support. (3)
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