Did you know that one of the primary reasons behind non-compliance with CPAP therapy is often attributed to the discomfort caused by CPAP masks? While this component happens to be one of the most important contributors to the success of CPAP therapy for the treatment of sleep apnea, it is also true that often there is nothing really wrong with the CPAP mask, but compatibility, quality and usage patterns are issues that need to be addressed to increase compliance?
There is, undoubtedly, more to CPAP masks than just a snug fit. Of the plethora of designs, styles and types of masks available in the market, the best suitable mask could be that fits your individual needs best. For example, if you are a mouth breather, the oral CPAP mask would be the best solution for you. If you end up using a CPAP nose mask or a face mask, you would without doubt, end up losing out on the entire CPAP therapy.
Oral CPAP mask: what is so special about it?
Mouth breathers have to cope with more than one problem while they sleep. Because of this habit, their mouths and throat are often dry. The oral CPAP mask …Read More...