Nasal Masks

Nasal masks cover the nose only during therapy. Pick from the top manufacturers. Nasal masks come in different styles with different flavors of headgear and features. Narrow your search to the left to find the perfect nasal mask for you. Need help? Click the live chat button to the right to talk with an expert right now.


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Who Makes the Best Nasal CPAP Masks?

Choosing the right Nasal CPAP mask can be a difficult decision. The following overview of our top brands can help get you started:

  • Circadience - They offer the only nasal masks with a soft breathable cloth interface. Their SleapWeaver masks are an excellent choice for those who find the other plastic-based masks on the market uncomfortable.
  • Fisher & Paykel - Their RollFit nasal mask rolls to fit the unique contours of your face. Also, their intuitive headgear offers a breathable, comfortable fit for all.
  • Philips Respironics - They offer light and unobtrusive nasal masks. Their Wisp mask is a combination nasal mask and pillow mask. This unique design offers a comfortable and secure seal.
  • ResMed - The ResMed Airfit N10 and N20 feature InfinitySeal cushion technology for a comfortable, secure fit. The AirFit N20 also comes in a smaller size for women. Or check out the popular Mirage FX.
  • Sunset Healthcare - Their durable long-lasting nasal masks are made with soft silicone for a comfortable fit and an excellent seal.

What Makes a Good Nasal Mask?

When trying to discern the right nasal mask for you, there are a few considerations to think through in order to make a good, informed decision.

There are 3 main components to consider when choosing a nasal mask

  1. The mask should be airtight. Finding the right fit for your face is essential in providing you with an airtight fit that will keep the pressure of your CPAP machine at its proper level.
  2. The mask should be comfortable. There are several options of padding to choose from, including silicone, fabric, and gel padding. It really comes down to personal preference on this point.
  3. The headgear should be comfortable and secure. To make a good choice, consider your sleep patterns. If you tend to move around, choose an option with more support. If you tend to stay in the same spot, you could easily choose a single strap option.

How do you sleep?

If you move around or sleep on your side, a nasal mask is a good option for you. Nasal masks offer more ease of movement than the traditional full face mask, allowing you to sleep in ways that are most comfortable to you.

Do you like to read in bed or watch TV before you go to sleep?

Traditionally, you might have needed a nasal mask in order to read in bed or watch television before drifting off. However, many full face masks are designed with a full view (such as the ResMed AirFit F20 and AirTouch F20). Still, if you’re looking for a smaller, less constrictive mask, with freedom of vison a nasal mask (such as the ResMed AirFit N20 or N10) might be a better option for you.

Do you suffer from allergies or regular sinus problems?

If you often have blocked nasal passages, a full face mask might be a better option, allowing you to treat your sleep apnea even when your nasal passages are blocked.

Do you sleep with your mouth open?

Just because you sleep with your mouth open, doesn’t mean you can’t wear a nasal mask. We offer chinstraps for people who prefer a smaller mask but tend to sleep with their mouth open.


Nasal Masks for Side Sleepers

If you are a side sleeper, a nasal mask is an ideal option for you. Unlike traditional full face masks, the nasal mask allows for freedom of movement in your sleep. Nasal masks are more lightweight and capable of keeping their seal even when pressed by a pillow.

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