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    Hybrid CPAP Masks

    Hybrid CPAP Mask Overview

    Hybrid full face CPAP masks provide the functionality of a full face mask with much less bulk. A hybrid combines the seal of nasal pillows at the nostril openings or nares, and a mouth or oral cushion which seals around the mouth. There is a clear field of vision as Hybrids do not have a forehead support. Some users find an adjustment period is needed to adjust to the nasal pillows which may irritate their nares.

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    Hybrid FAQs

      Why might I prefer a hybrid mask?
    A hybrid offers a person who breathes through both the nose and mouth the option of using nasal pillows in conjunction with a mouth cushion.

    As there is nothing on the forehead, reading and watching TV is easy. As there is no forehead support, there will not be any chance of pressure points on the forehead.

    For someone who feels closed in or claustrophobic, a Hybrid mask has less material touching the face.

    Additionally, a hybrid weighs less than a traditional full face mask.
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    Did You Know?, Hybrid

    • A hybrid face mask is the perfect solution for mouth breathers who who also like nasal pillows.
    • If you are unsure of your selection, you can always read the user reviews for more information and a star rating.
    • Many hybrid users like this type of mask because it gives them the ability to read with their mask in place.
    • Purchasing return insurance allows you to try a mask risk free for 30 days!

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