Masks

Sleeping disorders are a common occurrence among Americans, and it is estimated that over seventy percent suffer from lack of sleep for a variety of reasons. While lifestyle choices can greatly impact how well an individual sleeps, there are many problems that cannot be easily fixed. Sleep apnea is a disorder that affects many people, in which the body takes pauses in breathing or takes shallow breaths during sleep. This causes the victim to move from deep sleep to lighter, less restful states. Victims get less restful sleep and end up feeling tired and groggy the next day, and can have a host of other problems such as irritability, increased stress, and decreased productivity.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or CPAP, machines are the best way to treat sleep apnea disorders. They are used in tandem with a mask that fits around the user’s face, providing constant airflow to the nose in order to keep the airways open and the user breathing throughout the night. This allows people to alleviate the effect sleep apnea has on their body, enabling them to get deep, restful sleep every night. CPAP masks are the primary feature that allows victims to treat their disorder, and while they are easy to handle, many people do not properly use their masks every night.

One of the chief complaints of CPAP masks is being uncomfortable to wear. While this is a typical drawback of CPAP masks, there are many varieties to choose from when selecting the one for you, so be sure to take the time to pick which one suits your comfort needs the most. Some masks cover the entire face, some only cover the mouth or nose. Various designs feed the hose in from different angles to accompany any type of sleeping position, so you can be sure to find a style that suits your habits. There is no need to trade one problem for another, and sleeping in discomfort defeats the purpose of treating sleep apnea with CPAP masks. WIth our selection of masks, you won’t have to worry about finding the proper equipment to suit you.

Note: CPAP Masks can be used with BiPap Machines.

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