Breeze SleepGear CPAP Mask Review

Sleep apnea is a medical condition in which an individual has low breaths or pauses in breathing while he is asleep. The condition cannot be detected by the person, although he may feel its effects like restlessness, sleepiness during the day, and lack of sleep. People who suffer from sleep apnea are not able to sleep continuously. They wake up from time to time in the middle of the night because their bodies are catching their breaths.

The most common type of sleep apnea is the obstructive sleep apnea. In this medical condition, a person experiences airway blockage due to the soft tissues in his throat that become too relaxed and compresses the airway. Seldom does sleep apnea cause sudden death, but there are still cases like that and it can’t be ruled out right away. What needs to be done is treat the medical condition properly. Anyone who suspects that he has sleep apnea should get some professional help.

The most popular method of treating obstructive sleep apnea is by using the PAP machines (positive airway pressure). There are three kinds of PAP machines, the CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure), the APAP (automatic positive airway pressure), and the BiPAP (bi-level positive airway pressure). Out of the three, the CPAP machine is the most commonly used sleep apnea treatment device.

CPAP masks can sometimes be annoying because they have so many straps around the face, making it difficult to move freely while sleeping. People who move around while asleep may suddenly wake up because of the discomfort of masks on their faces. Also, because of the masks, people who wear them are unable to sleep on their sides. It’s such an uncomfortable experience every night.

The contemporary design of the Breeze SleepGear CPAP Mask Interface makes it unique from other masks. Now, the design is new and improved for better comfort. Breeze has no facial straps, just one strap around the head for fit and secure placement. No more red marks on the face because of the uncomfortable straps. The mask can be fitted with nasal pillows or a DreamSeal mask that ensures comfort for the user. Nasal pillows come in seven different sizes, while the DreamSeal mask comes in standard, large, and shallow.

Because the Breeze only has a single head strap, the user can comfortably position himself while asleep, whether lying on his side or on his back. The exhalation vent is also very quiet so sleeping is not disturbed. The new and improved design has also used more durable materials and guarantees long life for the interface, as long as proper care, cleaning, and storage is done regularly.

The Breeze has a comfortable headgear that can use nasal pillows or DreamSeal depending on the preference of the user. Nasal pillows can be adjusted to any angle while DreamSeal has a floating design that doesn’t cover up the nose and doesn’t make the user drown in air. Because of the hose placement and comfortable fit, the user can wear glasses even with the Breeze on. It doesn’t block the vision and enables the person to live, breath, and sleep as normally as possible.

Comfort is important especially for treatments that are long-term and are part of everyday living. With the Breeze SleepGear Mask, people with obstructive sleep apnea can now enjoy sleeping comfortably and normally. There’s no more need to secure and adjust so many straps, and the breathing interface has been designed for maximum satisfaction. The Breeze will definitely make sleepers dose off happily and without worry. To get the best comfortable way of coping with obstructive sleep apnea, you better get the Breeze SleepGear Mask. It’s sure to give you the comfort and ease you’ve long been searching for.