Strap in (or better yet, strap on your CPAP mask) and let’s get comfy – we’re bringing you our best-selling CPAP masks for the year so far.
We offer a range of masks to suit various sleep styles and preferences. But in 2023, these four ResMed CPAP masks have been stealing the spotlight and winning over CPAP therapy users across Australia.**
Best for mouth breathers and active sleepers
The AirFit F30i Full Face CPAP Mask is a favourite with users who breathe through their mouths when sleeping. It features a unique design with tubing positioned over the head, allowing for more flexibility and movement. People who are active sleepers often switch to this mask because they find the tubing from traditional designs can get tangled during sleep.
What sets it apart:
Perfect for side sleepers and glasses wearers
The AirFit N20 Nasal Mask is a top choice for those who breathe through their mouths but want to try a nasal mask. Users can supplement with a chin and mouth strap underneath the mask, and it will still maintain the seal at the nose. Additionally, the plush padded frame provides comfort throughout the night.
This mask offers flexibility and comfort, particularly for glasses wearers or users who might want to watch a bit of TV or read before bed with the mask on.
Why it's popular:
Designed for ultimate comfort and freedom
The AirFit P30i Pillow Mask offers a unique design with tubing that goes over the head, making it a good option for stomach sleepers and active sleepers who tend to toss and turn. It's designed to provide maximum comfort with a cushion that sits gently at the entrance of the nose.
This mask is ideally suited for people who tend to wake up a lot to use the toilet, as the quick release elbow easily detaches the tubing from the mask.
Versatile and great for couples
The AirFit N30i Nasal Cradle Mask is a versatile choice, perfect for those who switch between different sleeping positions. Designed with a cradle-like cushion sitting under the nose, it offers flexibility and comfort.
It's also an excellent option for individuals who share their bed with a partner. And if you ever need to get up at night, the mask slides quickly on and off, or you can easily disconnect it from the tubing.
Why it's in demand:
Remember, choosing the right CPAP mask is essential for adherence to CPAP therapy. Your mask selection should consider sleep style, as well as comfort and grooming needs. Below are some helpful tips based on these factors:
I have sensitive skin
If a CPAP mask causes skin irritation, you could be allergic to the silicon mask cushion. Another irritant could be the leftover detergent from cleaning the CPAP mask . If you’ve ruled out other factors, you might want to try the AirTouchTM F20 Full Face Mask, which features memory foam and is designed to offer a softer and more breathable fit.
I get allergies, a stuffy nose or have a deviated septum
A full-face mask is ideal if you have chronic congestion or sinus issues. This style mask can deliver humidification through your nose and mouth, which may help alleviate some of your symptoms.
I breathe through my mouth when I sleep
CPAP therapy can be more difficult when you breathe through your mouth as it can lead to more air leaks. If this is you, a full-face mask with good seal may be the most suitable option.
I have a beard
There are a couple of mask options available to ensure your facial hair doesn’t interfere with the use of the mask. If you breathe through your nose while sleeping, the AirFitTM P10 Nasal Pillow Mask is a solid choice. It slips on and off like a pair of swim goggles and seals inside the nostrils.
CPAP therapy can breathe new life into the daily lives of people with sleep apnea, and a major contributor to therapy success lies in finding the right CPAP mask. Sweet dreams await when you find a mask that fits you best!
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE. You should speak to your doctor about your symptoms and whether a CPAP device is suitable for you.
ResMed is a global leader in sleep technology that has its origins right here in Australia. Our goal is to provide people with the means to awaken their best and enjoy healthier lives by promoting good sleep habits and creating awareness for sleep disorders such as sleep apnea.
*ResMed Sleep Coaches can give general information about sleep health, sleep disorders and products that may help improve your sleep. They are not qualified healthcare professionals and cannot provide medical advice.
**Based on internal ResMed ANZ sales data between 2022-2023
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