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    The CPAP Shop carries the top Full Face Masks on the market. Our Full Face Masks promote CPAP compliance so that you or your loved one is comfortable throughout the night. We offer a wide range of Full Face Masks to make respiratory therapy as effective as possible.

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    The vast selection of CPAP Masks available can make it hard to make a confident choice. The best CPAP Mask for you will fit your facial shape and sleeping style.

    Full Face CPAP Masks are usually a triangular shape and cover your nose and mouth. If you tend to breathe through your mouth while you sleep, Full Face CPAP Masks will most likely be a good place to start your search for CPAP Masks.

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    Advantages of Full Face CPAP Masks

    • Less Strain on the nasal passage
    • Enhanced sleeping comfort for mouth breathers
    • Good for side and stomach sleepers
    • Good for restless sleepers who toss and turn a lot

    Full Face CPAP Masks help eliminate the detrimental effects of a constant air flow pressure being pushed directly into your nasal passages such as with nasal masks. Full Face CPAP Masks direct air toward your mouth or just below your nose, not pushing any air directly into your nose. This eliminates nose bleeds, scabs, dry and itchy noses, and other uncomfortable side effects.

    Many people find it difficult, with nasal masks, to sleep with a stuffy nose because in many cases you will need to sleep with your mouth open. Many nasal masks will lose pressure when the wearer opens their mouth. Open mouthed sleepers will not have to worry about loss of pressure when they are wearing Full Face CPAP Masks.

    Fitting Full Face CPAP Masks

    Individuals with prominent head and facial contours are usually good candidates for Full Face CPAP Masks due to their rigid design. They rely on soft silicon cushions around the nasal area to seal tightly against your face. You must also take into consideration the size and length of your nose. You will want to allow plenty of room in both the length and width of your Full Face CPAP Masks to prevent any chaffing.