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What's the Best Mask for You?

Tej Arora |

The right mask is key to your sleep quality.

The wrong type of mask can decrease the benefits of your CPAP machine and cause discomfort through the night. Do you primarily breathe through your nose or your mouth? Does your mask make you feel claustrophobic? 

Full Face Masks:

Advantages:

  • Suitable for individuals who breathe through their mouths or experience nasal congestion.
  • Provides a secure seal, minimizing air leaks.
  • Allows for both nasal and oral breathing.

Disadvantages:

  • May feel bulky and cover a large portion of the face, potentially causing discomfort.
  • Some users find it challenging to wear glasses or read with a full face mask.

Nasal Masks:

Advantages:

  • Lightweight and less intrusive compared to full face masks.
  • Ideal for individuals who primarily breathe through their noses.
  • Fits securely over the nose, providing effective therapy.

Disadvantages:

  • Not suitable for people who breathe through their mouth.
  • May cause discomfort for individuals with allergies or congestion.

Nasal Pillow Masks:

Advantages:

  • Simple design offers a lightweight and less obstructive feel.
  • Ideal for those who prefer an unobstructed view or have claustrophobia.
  • Allows for a more natural airflow.

Disadvantages:

  • Not suitable for people who breathe through their mouth
  • Nasal pillows may cause irritation if you have sensitive nostrils.