There are three main types of CPAP masks, and they’re generally available in all sizes. Some manufacturers like ResMed also offer “For Her” versions of these masks, designed specifically for the contours of a woman’s head and face.
Getting used to CPAP therapy isn’t always easy. As many people with sleep apnea can attest to, the first time you try your CPAP mask: you hate it. You may feel hesitant about wearing the mask to sleep, or fear you’ll never find a comfortable sleep position. The good news: you’re not alone. The better news: there are plenty of tips and tricks to make it easier to adjust to your sleep apnea therapy so you can get start getting quality sleep every night.