Selecting the appropriate CPAP mask is crucial for effective sleep apnea therapy. While the CPAP machine itself ensures a continuous flow of pressurized air, it is the mask that delivers this air to your airways.
CPAP machines are commonly used to treat sleep apnea, a condition where breathing pauses during sleep. Although CPAP therapy is effective, there are common issues that can affect comfort and adherence to treatment. This article discusses ten common problems with CPAP machines and provides tips to solve them.