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CPAP Tips from FDA

Do you have sleep apnea and use a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device when sleeping? Here are some tips from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on how to safely and effectively use your CPAP device.

One Quick Question: How Does CPAP Work?

How does CPAP really work? Health Ed Solutions lead instructor Mark Dzwonkiewicz gives a quick and dirty breakdown of how a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine works. Thanks for watching and stay tuned for more lessons in our "One Quick Question" series.

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CPAP Mask Styles! Which Is Best For You?!

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Hey Guys, thanks for watching. Here's the latest CPAP Mask Styles and the pros and cons of each style. As always, it's swings and roundabouts when it comes to cpap masks so you really need to try them on and sleep with them to see if they are suitable for you.

00:00 - Introduction
01:45 - Nasal Pillow Mask
05:30 - Nasal Cradle Mask
07:05 - Standard Nasal Mask
08:30 - Standard Full Face Mask
10:25 - Hybrid Full Face Mask

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1. Nasal Pillow - My favourite mask! Seals at the nostrils with little pillows that push up gently into the base of the nostrils

Pros- Small, lightweight, minimalistic. Easy to put on and take off. Seals well at lower / mid pressures, less red pressure marks on the face, great for beards and facial hair.

Cons - Can hurt the nostrils in the beginning. Not great at high pressures and can be hard to exhale.
Can't breathe through your mouth.

2. Nasal Cradle - Very similar to the Pillow mask but doesn't have the pillows that push up into the nostril.

Pros- All the same as the Pillow mask and no nasal irritation

Cons - Might not get the same great seal as the pillow. Can be a bit hit and miss at times. Can't breathe through your mouth

3. Nasal Mask - The great all rounder. Covers the nose and has secure headgear.

Pros- Very secure with the straps, better seal at higher pressures, still small and minimal.

Cons - More red marks, more components, more adjustments ( clips and straps etc ). Bridge of the nose issues, can't breathe through mouth.

4. Full Face Mask - Covers the nose and mouth

Pros - Can breathe through nose or mouth

Cons - Big and bulky, more prone to mask leaks, more red marks on face.

5. Hybrid Full Face

Pro - Can breathe through nose and mouth, smaller than standard full face, no bridge of the nose issues. Less red marks

Cons - Can be hard to find the right fit, prone to mask leaks..

Here's my some masks that i rate highly.
1. Pillow Masks
ResMed AirFit P10

ResMed AirFit P30i

2. Nasal Cradle
Fisher Paykel Evora

ResMed N30i

Philips DreamWear

3. Nasal Masks
F\u0026P Eson 2

4. Full Face Mask
F\u0026P Vitera

ResMed AirFit F20

5. Hybrid Full Face Mask
ResMed F30i
Philips DreamWear Full

Thanks for watching my videos, i hope you find them useful. Take care, sleep well. Nicko




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