- CPAP Masks
DeVilbiss Nasal CPAP Mask
Fit all CPAP & APAP Machines – Silent – Comfortable
Nasal CPAP mask interfaces directly in to the nostrils. Side sleepers enjoy this mask type and it works really well with low pressures. This is also a good mask to choose for patients with facial hair.
Devilbiss CPAP nasal mask comes in three sizes and is adjustable to help with patient comfort. It is incredibly lightweight and designed to reduce contact with patients face and skin to further increase comfort.SKU: 3367
- CPAP Masks
Full Face CPAP Mask JOYCE Easy
Fit all CPAP & APAP Machines, High Level Of Comfort
Full face mask covers mouth and nose. Full face CPAP masks prevents mouth air leakage, so a full face CPAP mask is the best option for proper treatment if you find that you breath though your mouth while sleeping.SKU: 3587
- CPAP Pillows, Abductor Cushions
Positional Therapy Belt for Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Positional therapy bumper belt helps prevent rolling on to the back while asleep
With this device secured in place, it may help prevent snoring and improve breathing by maintaining an ideal position at night, along with the use of CPAP machine.SKU: 307250
- CPAP Machines
DeVilbiss Sleepcube Std with Humidifier
Fixed Pressure & Heated Humidifier – CPAP Machine
DeVilbiss – CPAP Machine was created to provide you with the most widely accepted form of treatment for sleep apnea. CPAP or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machines keep the airway open while you’re sleeping and provide a constant source of air.SKU: 5263
- CPAP Machines
DeVilbiss Sleepcube Auto with Humidifier
IntelliPAP AutoAdjust & Heated Humidifier – Auto CPAP Machine
DeVilbiss Auto CPAP Machine is a smart system, designed with DeVilbiss SmartFlex™ technology that adjusts itself. A truly smart machine the DeVilbiss IntelliPAP AutoAdjust CPAP System has an exhalation pressure relief feature that adjusts according to the individual patient.SKU: 5261
Sleep apnea is a troubling condition which hinders the normal sleep patterns of millions around the world. The conditions for what brings on sleep apnea are not perfectly understood, and treating it can be challenging. Thankfully, there are a variety of options for those struggling with sleep apnea. Aside from studies and treatment, individuals can opt in for corrective sleeping masks or the like to help regulate breathing during rest.
These devices are called CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) masks, an apparatus that, as mentioned, regulate breathing and deter snoring which causes a person breathing problems. Depending on the person, the device will be worn on either nose, mouth, or both, with a tube connecting to a machine that helps regulate airflow and breathing.
CPAP machines apply ventilation in several ways, such as continuous airway pressure which will remain the same throughout the night, automatic pressure which adjusts based on patterns and other values, or binary which switches based on other values. The mask is also fitted different from person to person so the individual gets an appropriate, unobtrusive fitting.
Acquiring a CPAP device is not as simple as ordering one. CPAP machines are personalized on a case by case basis as each person struggles with apnea in different ways. In order to acquire one you should discuss options with your health care professional who can direct you to a study group which will, as mentioned, study your sleep habits. Based on the information they gather, a CPAP device will be administered to you.
Note that CPAP does not work for all patients and some may need more assistance. If you have any concerns or questions about the operation and use of your CPAP device, contact your specialists immediately.