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Read our customer reviews on how chin straps can help your CPAP therapy.
Major improvement for me (Product: Premium Chinstrap)
This chin strap worked great to eliminate leaks in my nose & mouth mask, due to my jaw-dropping. Oddly enough it has eliminated my onset of bad dreams. My wife is sleeping peacefully as a result too.
Halo Chinstrap is great (Product: Halo Chinstrap)
"This is the second Halo Chinstrap that I have purchased from cpap.com. I use a Swift FX Nasal Pillow for my CPAP mask. I love this mask but sometimes when I am asleep air blows out of my mouth. The chinstrap does a great job of preventing this from happening."
Quality and Comfort (Product: Halo Chinstrap)
"Finally! A chin strap that stays in place but is still comfortable! It is easy to put on and adjust as needed for a snug fit. It does not leave marks on my face in the morning, and my CPAP mask also stays in place better while wearing the mask. I even ordered a couple more!"
Best Chin Strap for Me (Product: Ruby-style Adjustable)
"I've used 4 different chin straps during my 12 years of using my CPAP machine. The Ruby-Style strap is the best. It is thin and flat and adjustable so there is minimum disturbance to my CPAP mask throughout my sleep time. It also lasts longer and washes better than the other straps I've used."
This is it - Stop Searching (Product: Deluxe Chinstrap)
"As a mouth-breathing nasal pillows CPAP user, a good Chinstrap is a necessary requirement. Over my 10 years as a CPAP user, I've tried many combinations of masks and Chinstraps. This Chinstrap with the Swift FX gives me the sleep I crave night after night. It's very easy to adjust to get the "Goldilocks" level of tightness for nasal pillow usage without face creases that last hours. It wears like iron and comes clean in the wash (use a lingerie bag). It's worth every penny. Stop searching and get what YOU need with this Chinstrap."
As advertised (Product: Knightsbridge Dual Band Chin Strap)
"I’m a CPAP user whose only problem with CPAP has been air leaks due to my mouth opening during sleep. Trying to reduce this leakage, I’ve tried many types of chin straps looking for one that will pull my chin upward, not rearward. Finally, this is the first one designed - from my viewpoint - appropriately to solve the issue. Although it looks somewhat cumbersome, it is quite comfortable, easy to use, and leaves fewer creases on my face in the morning. I like the concept of a none stretching strap for snugness with the overlapping stretchy strap to secure it. The Velcro attachment area is plenty ample. It’s early, but my leak rates so far have been excellent. I hope I will be able to get 6 months of use out of it. I plan to purchase a backup unit anyway so I can alternate them and keep them clean."
Knightsbridge dual-band chin strap (Knightsbridge Dual Band Chin Strap)
"Excellent fit. Very comfortable and does not put unwanted pressure pulling back on my jaw while it lifts my lower jaw. It will help train me to keep my mouth closed when using a nasal mask. A bonus is that it helps keep headgear from slipping due to my fine, long hair."
Are chin straps required for CPAP therapy?
No, chinstraps are not required. Chinstraps are popular among the CPAP community for reducing mouth leaks and alleviating dry mouth symptoms. If you are a mouth breather and a full face mask does not work for you, using a nasal pillow mask or a nasal mask with a chinstrap can be an effective solution.
What's the best chin strap for beards?
We recommend the following products to keep your chin strap from slipping:
How do you wear a CPAP chin strap?
There is no right or wrong way to wear a chinstrap due to different mask designs and facial structures. Some prefer to wear chinstraps under the mask and have reduced their leak rate. Other users may prefer to wear chinstraps over the mask to keep the headgear secure. Try what works best for you!