No more suffering from sleep apnea with our CPAP masks

If you suffer from sleep apnea, do not worry because you are not alone! There are millions of people facing the same problem every day! In fact, some statistics estimate the total patient population number to be around 100 million people all around the world!

Worried! Don’t be! 

Now it is possible to achieve a better life quality with a good night’s sleep. Because you deserve it! 

The best part? We have the solution!

We help you find the right mask for your lifestyle and your needs. We understand it can be difficult and this is why we guarantee that our CPAP masks are high-quality and will contribute to effective therapy. 

You want to avoid the most common issues that occur such as leaky mask, dry mouth, stuffy nose and problems falling asleep?! 

The good news is that we offer a wide range of CPAP masks that are adjustable so if one is not good for you there are plenty of other options that you can try in order to experience the full benefits from the sleep therapy. 

We cooperate only with the best!

We value You as our customer and this is why we offer products only from the best brands on the market! Our wide selection includes brand-names among which ResMed Australia, Fisher&Paykel, Philips Respironics, Apex, Weinmann, Devilbiss, and others. 

We appreciate You and Your time and money and this is why we offer the best masks at affordable prices, guaranteed quality and great accessibility with sales online or in-store.  

Answer the question: “How do you sleep”?

You are here because you want to sleep well, stop having more restless nights or disturb other’s sleep! Before you start choosing the right mask for you, first answer the question “How do you sleep?

Think of the sleeping position, and if you sleep with your mouth open or closed, do you have problems breathing through your nose?!  

The answer to the question is the first step in choosing the right CPAP mask. 

Choosing the type of sleep apnea mask that fits the sleeping needs can be quite a challenge.

What type of masks are there? 

If you want your CPAP therapy to be successful after you have purchased a CPAP machine you need to find the right one from the mask types. 

The following three are the most common types of masks: 

Full face mask – This is one of the most commonly purchased masks as they cover the nose and the mouth with cushions often in a triangular shape with 4 point headgear to keep the full face CPAP mask in the right position. So, if you are a mouth breather and you are not so much of a fan of the chin straps or nasal CPAP masks  go for full-face. This is a favorite of people who suffer from chronic sinus problems, also. 

One of the downsides of this mask is that it is rather bulky and heavy. But, there are new improvements that offer not only a comfortable design but also an improved field of vision. 

Some popular Full face masks are: 

  1. ResMed F30 full face mask
  2. ResMed F20 full face mask
  3. ResMed Airfit f30i 
  4. FIsher and Paykel Simplus

Nasal mask – The name tells it all! This mask covers only the nose (completely or the half bottom). It stays with 4 point headgear (the same as the full-face masks) and this type is suitable for people who have restless sleep and move a lot, or the treatment prescribes high-pressure settings. It is also often used as an option by mouth breathers. 

One of the downsides of the nasal CPAP mask is that it often may cause irritation on the nose bridge because this is where the mask is positioned. 

Popular choice among others include: 

1. ResMed Airfit n30i

2. Fisher & Paykel Eson 2

​3. ResMed Airfit n30

Nasal Pillow maskIt is positioned at the base of the nostrils together with the cushions. It is a great choice for people who sleep with their mouths closed and it is ideal for men with facial hair. It is not so invasive and offers a great field of vision so it makes a perfect choice to be used while watching or reading TV. 

The nasal pillow CPAP mask is not recommendable for people who suffer from nasal allergies and as one of the cons it can cause irritations often because of the pillow. 

Some nasal pillows mask that are worth checking: 

1. Airfit p30i

​2. Paykel Brevida

Other masks include hybrid, nasal prong, oral, biPAP, and total face masks. 

And let’s not forget women! Women have different facial features and structure and this is why we offer personalized (meaning color) unique masks for women. Some of the models for her full face mask we recommend are ResMed Airfit p10, Airtouch f20, and Airfit f20. 

Interested to check which models do we offer?! Find your sleeping position and see the recommended model versions we offer:

More than 45% of the people are side-sleepers. Are you one of them? If you are these are some of the masks that are worth trying!

Recommended Masks:

  • Swift FX
  • AirFit N20
  • Philips DreamWear Full Face

However, if you belong to the group of log sleepers (which is not rare, by the way as 1 in 6 people sleep this way) check these masks: 

Recommended Masks:

  • AirFit P10
  • SleepWeaver Advance Nasal Mask

Back sleeping does not help much to the sleep apnea sufferers. In fact, it worsens it! This is why we carefully made our choice to these masks: 

  • ComfortGel Nasal Mask
  • ComfortGel Full Face
  • DreamWear Nasal Mask

The last but the not the least in order sleeping position is for the stomach sleepers. 

Few masks that may work for these sleepers:

  • DreamWear Gel Nasal Pillow Mask
  • Nuance & Nuance Pro Nasal Pillow Mask

Choosing the Right Mask may be a daunting task! It all depends on your condition and sleep but this is WHY we are here to help you find the one that will have a great impact on your sleep and life quality as well as comfort. 

We offer you the best prices and the best treatment! Shop online or in-store for CPAP masks and accessories!

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