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Frequently Asked Questions About Nasal Cushions For CPAP

How Can I Extend The Longevity Of CPAP Nasal Cushions?

Cleaning CPAP nasal cushions regularly, extends their lifespan and can also reduce the user's exposure to bacteria and mold. It also helps to wash your face each night before starting therapy and always use  soapy, warm water to wash your CPAP mask cushions at regular intervals to remove any facial oils and dirt. However, once CPAP cushions are used for more than 3-6 months, the efficiency of your CPAP therapy reduces, so it is important to replace them.   

Is There Any Difference Between CPAP Cushions and Pillows?

CPAP cushions and pillows are often mistaken for the same product since they both help improve the fit of the CPAP mask and connect to the mask frame. However, CPAP mask cushions are typically used with full face masks and CPAP pillows are used with nasal pillow masks. 

When is the Right Time to Replace Nasal Cushions For CPAP?

The ideal time to replace nasal cushions for CPAP is every three to six months. Cleaning your CPAP equipment at regular intervals and following the replacement suggested schedule improves hygiene, ensures a tight seal and prevents air leaks.

Do CPAP Nasal Pillows Work For Mouth Breathers?

For mouth breathers, CPAP nasal pillow masks are not recommended since you risk losing air pressure during exhalation. However, you may wear these kinds of CPAP masks by simply adding a chin strap!

How Long Is The Lifespan Of A CPAP Nasal Cushion?

Nasal cushions for CPAP need to be changed every 14 days. They are a component of nasal masks that require frequent replacement. They may rest in the nostrils or form a seal around your nose.