4 reasons to consider a
Full Face Mask with your PAP device
Main reasons to consider a full face mask
Sleeping with an open mouth
If you have experienced a rush of pressurized air escape when you open your mouth when using your nasal CPAP mask, it may be time for a full face mask. When this happens with a nose only mask, there is a voluminous decrease in pressure reaching the intended area of your airways, making OSA therapy ineffective.
Waking up with a dry mouth
A dry mouth indicates air blowing out of the mouth due to it being open during sleep. The dryness is even worse with a CPAP blowing air through your nose and out of your mouth. So, having air escape through the mouth reduces the desired delivered CPAP pressure, rendering the therapy less effective.
As pressures reach 15cmH2O and more, it has been shown historically that nasal pillows (and some lightweight nasal masks) have trouble ensuring an adequate seal, which leads to leaks, discomfort, and inadequate therapy.
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Written and Edited by Bill Bistak B Sc.,SEO/SEM Spc, CRT
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