The Best CPAP Masks for Side Sleepers
Simply keeping the mask in position is one of the biggest difficulties faced by side sleepers who use CPAP therapy. The mask may be moved by your pillow, or if it's bothering you, you can unintentionally shift it in the middle of the night. The ideal CPAP mask will be soft enough to minimize facial discomfort while still being strong enough to fit snugly and withstand pressure variations. For side sleepers, pressure pain during therapy is a common issue, but choosing a mask with soft buckles and surfaces can reduce this.
Because of how their faces rest against pillows while they sleep on their sides, side sleepers are also more likely to experience air leaks, although CPAP therapy can suffer from an uncomfortable mask and restlessness. Your breathing decreases when your nose or mouth has a weak seal.
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