The best CPAP mask seals tightly while fitting comfortably throughout the night. The right one for you not only depends on your therapy needs, but also your typical sleeping position.
To help you better understand which CPAP mask works best with your typical sleep position, we’ve put together an easy-to-follow guide along with popular and recommended CPAP masks for each position.
Keep in mind that these are just three of the main sleeping positions–there are several formations and shapes within each main bucket (Do you Starfish? Or are you more of a Freefaller? Or perhaps you’re a straight-shooting Log?!). Also know that it’s quite rare for anyone to sleep in the exact same position all night. You might start curled up on your side, stretch to your back in the middle of the night, and wake up face planted on your stomach.
So if you have questions about which mask is best for your unique sleep style and your sleep apnea therapy needs, don’t hesitate to reach our to our clinical team. Call us at 833-216-CPAP, email email@example.com or drop us a line.