ResMed has long been one of the leading manufacturers in the continuous positive airway pressure, or CPAP, industry. Whether its masks like the ResMed Quattro Air (see the video we just did below!) or the elite line of machines from the S9 Series, ResMed makes some of the premier products for the treatment of sleep apnea available on the market. I am going to focus on some of the newest CPAP masks available from ResMed, and some of the most popular CPAP masks that we sell here at RespShope to give you a better understanding of the available selection that we carry, as Respshop has long been the place to shop for ResMed CPAP Masks.
First and foremost, there are four different types of CPAP masks available, and the type you choose to wear is going to be based solely on comfort and need. At Respshop, we sell nasal masks, nasal pillow masks, full face masks, and oral masks. All four of the categories are different in the areas that they serve and the way that they do it. Nasal masks will cover your nose, and are the most popular category of masks we sell. Nasal pillow CPAP masks are lighter than nasal masks and instead have two prongs that go into the nasal passage. Full face masks are usually intended for sleep apnea sufferers who are also mouth breathers during sleep, and will cover both the nose and mouth. Oral masks are specifically designed for the mouth, and will not have any interaction for your nose.
ResMed has masks for three of the categories above, with nasal masks like the ResMed Mirage, full face masks like the aforementioned Quattro Air, and nasal pillow masks like the newest ResMed AirFit P10, the lightest and quietest mask available today. The AirFit P10, the nasal pillow version, was the earliest launch of the AirFit line of CPAP masks from ResMed, and was available for a few months prior to the newest releases, the AirFit N10 (a nasal mask) and AirFit F10 (a full face mask, do you get the P N and F theme yet?) All three of these masks are unique in that unlike previous or even current masks available on the market, they are extremely lightweight and do not rest on your face, which users of CPAP and VPAP (variable positive airway pressure) machines in the past have complained about. When wearing masks, users have found that with the headgear resting on their skin, they have experienced irritation and even pain.
These new designs are designed to cut down on the pain and irritation that can be caused by other CPAP masks in the category, as ResMed, like any CPAP user knows, that when your mask is irritating, you’re less likely to wear it, and not getting treatment for your sleep apnea can lead to a long list of health problems. At Respshop, we sell the best devices for sleep apnea treatment, all at the lowest prices, and if you find a better price, we’ll match it. Watch the video below on the ResMed Quattro, one of the most popular full face masks available today, and then get in touch with our customer service department to really learn what we’re all about!