Are you trying to explore all the different types of CPAP masks but getting confused? Or maybe you aren't 100% committed to your current CPAP mask and are trying to find one that will accommodate your lifestyle needs. Let us break it down for you below.
CPAP NASAL MASK OVERIEW
A nasal CPAP mask has a triangular cushion and sits on the bridge of the nose usually covering the entire nose or the bottom-half of the nose. If you breathe through your nose and need a higher CPAP pressure, a nasal mask may be a good choice for you. Click here to see all our top-selling nasal masks.
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CPAP NASAL PILLOW MASK OVERVIEW
Nasal Pillow CPAP masks create a seal at the base of the nostril where the cushion sits. This mask is the least invasive and can be worn when reading or watching TV.
However, there are times when a nasal pillow won’t be the best option. For instance if your prescription has a high pressure setting, or you suffer from nasal allergies, then this probably won’t be the best type of CPAP mask for you. Click here to see all our top-selling nasal pillow masks.
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CPAP FULL FACE MASK OVERVIEW
Full Face CPAP masks seal around your nose and mouth in the shape of a triangle and are held in place by four point headgear. The downside of a full face CPAP mask is that they are usually more heavy and bulky because they cover both the nose and mouth. Click here to see all our top-selling full face masks.
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