Searching for CPAP Masks for Mouth Breathers?
Do you suffer from sleep apnea or snoring?
Mouth breathing is a common occurrence for people with snoring or sleep apnea.
As a result, the airway narrows and can potentially block the airway.
This causes the lack of oxygen to the brain which signals a sign to breath again. These episodes can happen dozens of times in a single night and you can wake up feeling tired all day.
Mouth breathing is common because the body is gasping for air as oxygen levels drop.
A CPAP machine can help retrain and ensure that the airway is not blocked and you have enough oxygen throughout the night. Mouth breathers require a full mask or a hybrid full mask to ensure that the CPAP machine can deliver the proper pressure to the lungs without any leaks.
Mouth breathers usually require higher pressure compared to nose breathers.
While some see furniture as a piece of decoration first, others tend to be more practical with what they put in…
New York, NY (Press Release) - Napping.com, an online publisher for sleep information, tech and health, has chosen a…
Share Great Content for Our Resource Section
Napping.com provides the latest news, information and expert articles related to sleep, sleep research, napping and better health and wellness. We welcome visitors to share useful resources for our Editorial Team.
Have a suggestion? Send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org