CPAP Full Face Masks
CPAP Full Face Masks
Full face CPAP masks cover both the nose and mouth to provide a secure and comfortable seal during sleep therapy. CPAP masks full face are ideal for those who need higher pressure settings, breathe through their mouth or have nasal congestion. Full-face masks come in a variety of sizes, designs and materials to suit different face shapes and personal preferences. The CPAP full-face masks are also adjustable, allowing for fine-tuning to achieve the perfect fit.
Full face masks also include a hybrid design that features nasal pillows for added comfort and a personalized fit. The hybrid CPAP mask is ideal for those who require a higher pressure setting and have a tendency to mouth breathe during sleep. The hybrid mask design helps to reduce pressure points and minimize discomfort, making it a popular choice for many CPAP users.
Full face CPAP masks overall provide an effective and comfortable solution for those who need sleep therapy to treat Sleep Apnea. Full face masks are ideal for:
- Mouth breathers
- Back or side sleepers
- When using high-pressure settings CPAP machine
- Users with nasal congestion or allergies
Contact Lofta today and let one of our Sleep Champions help guide you in the right direction to get the best full face CPAP mask for your needs.
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Learn more about Full Face and Hybrid CPAP Masks
Full face and hybrid CPAP masks are two types of masks that are used in CPAP therapy to effectively treat Sleep Apnea.
Full face masks cover both the nose and the mouth and are ideal for individuals who breathe through their mouths when sleeping or have nasal congestion. Full face Hybrid masks, on the other hand, combine the features of a nasal pillow mask and a traditional full face mask, with a soft cushion that sits under the nose and a seal that covers the mouth.
Full face CPAP masks are recommended for individuals who require high CPAP therapy pressures, experience frequent mouth leaks during therapy or have difficulty breathing through their nose while sleeping. They are also suitable for individuals who sleep on their back or who move around during the night. Full face CPAP masks come in a range of sizes to fit different face shapes and sizes. They are typically made from soft, flexible materials that are comfortable to wear and help to prevent pressure sores and skin irritation.
Many masks also feature adjustable headgear, which allows for a secure and customized fit.
Lofta has a good selection of masks for you from renowned CPAP mask brands such as ResMed (AirFit™ F20, AirTouch™ F20, AirFit™ F30, AirFit™ F30i Full Hybrid), Fisher and Paykel (Evora™, Vitera™, Forma™) and Philips (Respironics DreamWear™ Full Hybrid).
These masks do help offer effective and comfortable solutions for individuals with Sleep Apnea who require CPAP therapy. With a wide range of options available, it is important to work with us at Lofta to help you find the right mask that fits your needs and preferences.
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Not sure exactly what you need? Our therapy package bundles CPAP, accessories, and support for a simple start into your CPAP therapy journey. At Lofta, we also have Sleep Champions that can help you with the perfect shopping experience.
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