Frequently Asked Questions

We will try to answer most common questions about Sleep Apnea, CPAP Eqiupment and the way we operate in CPAPmask.eu

A CPAP mask is the delivery system used to receive the air generated by the CPAP, BiPAP or Ventilator Machine. The mask creates an airtight seal around the mouth, nose, or nostrils depending on the mask type used, allowing the pressurized air to travel from the CPAP machine to the airway.

CPAPmask.eu offers a complete line of CPAP Masks and their replacements.

Nasal CPAP Masks form a seal around the nose and come in different shapes and sizes in order to suit to different face shapes. They do not cover the mouth and providing open line of sight. Ideal for people with severe sleep apnea since they allow high pressures appliance.
Full Face CPAP Masks cover both the nostrils and the mouth making them ideal for patients who breath through their mouth, and where CPAP therapy requires high-pressures settings
Nasal Pillow CPAP Masks are the most lightweight CPAP masks, offering minimal facial contact and the widest open line of sight. They are the most common choice for CPAP therapy incomers.
Hybrid Full Face masks is a combination of full face and nasal mask. They provide clear line of sight so you can enjoy your favorite bed time activities. They are ideal for users that don’t breath thought the nose

CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure and CPAP therapy is the most common and effective treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
CPAP Machines are the main devices to treat sleep apnea. These devices blow air at that pressure that is needed to keep your airways open during sleep. There are too many choices in the market - from simple devices to more complex with online setup and tracking software.
There are 4 main CPAP Machine Categories and CPAPmask.eu offers the most powerful brands in competitive prices.
DreamStation Auto CPAP Machine

APAP - Auto Adjusting CPAP Machines

Auto Adjusting CPAP Machines are automatically adjusting the pressure needed in order to keep your airways open during sleep. These machines have built in algorithms and sensors in order to analyze your breath pattern and adjust accordingly. They are very popular as they save user money from periodically sleeping studies for small changes in set up, easy to use manual, humidification systems, and more.
AirSense 10 AutoSet CPAP Machine with HumidAir

Fixed CPAP Machines

Fixed CPAP machines, also known as One Pressure CPAP machines, always blow air at the prescribed pressure by the physician. While are the most traditional CPAP devices, some latest models come with humidification systems, online softwares and more.
ResMed AirMini Travel Auto CPAP Machine

Travel Sized CPAP Machines

For many people business trips are daily routine. For others entertainment trips are a way of life. For all of you adventurers, campers and businessmen, traveled size CPAP are here in order to enjoy a restful sleep everywhere! Small sized, with plenty of power solutions and even portable humidification systems Travel Sized CPAP are here to compete with APAP big guys!
Lumis 150 VPAP ST with iVAPS

BiLevel and BiPAP ST Machines

BiPAP machines are made to provide two different pressures. One high pressure for inhalation and a lower one for exhalation, in order to help you breathe out without fighting against the machine.
Furthermore the BiPAP ST machines are designed to ensure that you are receiving the minimum breaths per minute prescribed by your physician.

DreamStation Heated Humidifier

CPAP Humidifiers

CPAP Humidifiers add moisture to therapy air to prevent the dry out of patient airway, adding extra comfort to CPAP therapy and reducing irritations. Furthermore a CPAP humidifier increases CPAP therapy effectiveness, since any irritation may occur to the airway due to dryness, may affect therapy pressure requirements. Latest CPAP and BiPAP devices have built-in or accept an integrated humidifier (fits directly into the CPAP machine)

Heated CPAP Hoses

Heated CPAP Hoses have copper coils embedded in or wrapped around the hose in order to retain a selected constant heat temperature alongside the hose. The idea behind this is very simple. If the heated air from a humidifier travels through a cold CPAP hose to the mask, cold temperature may cause rainout. Heat eliminates any rainout caused by the water condensing as the heated air travels through the hose to the mask.