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Full Face Non-Rx CPAP Mask
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A Full Face soft cloth mask! You asked and Circadiance has delivered the new SleepWeaver Anew™ Soft Cloth Full Face Mask and Headgear. Full Face PAP users can now turn to the cloth technology that many nasal users are already enjoying and raving about for the comfort and practical therapy every PAP wear craves. The SleepWeaver line of soft cloth masks has amazed wearers with the soft touch, lightweight feel on the face, and the seal delivered in therapy.The SleepWeaver Anew™ Soft Cloth Full Face Mask material is a durable, soft, high-tech cloth that allows the skin to breathe without the build-up of moisture that can be experienced in silicone masks. The red marks often left behind by other silicone masks will not be an issue with the right fit. The proper fit and seal on the SleepWeaver Anew™ Soft Cloth Full Face Mask is obtained through inflation of the mask not a tight pull of the straps. Moisture is not allowed to build with the technologically advance material in the SleepWeaver Anew™ Soft Cloth Full Face Mask.Every possible option to make the SleepWeaver Anew™ Soft Cloth Full Face Mask the best comfort and therapy experience has been thought of, researched, and developed. Clear line of vision, 90⁰ Swivel Connection Elbow, easy cleaning, great sealing and fit, soft cloth, and more are all found in this one mask. Experience the revolutionary cloth mask made with the PAP user in mind, the SleepWeaver Anew™ Soft Cloth Full Face Mask and Headgear. Try it now and feel the comfort.
How to Fit Your SleepWeaver Soft Cloth CPAP Mask to Achieve the Best Seal
Your SleepWeaver Advance Mask is attached to headgear. The headgear has three adjustment points - one on each side of the mask and one on the Head Strap. A swivel connector attaches to the hose from your CPAP or Bi-Level machine.
Fitting the Mask
Adjusting for Leaks
If you experience leaks, try these steps:
SleepWeaver Mask users have sent us these tips that have made fitting much easier for them.
Tip # 1
I found that if I put the mask on before turning on the blower and making sure my nose was completely in the opening - then turning on the blower and making small tugs if there were any leaks worked best for me. I have never been able to get rid of all the leaks if I start with the blower on. I also went to a light weight hose to keep the weight of the hose from pulling on the Mask.
Tip # 2
I had an idea which seems to have panned out - which is relaxing the jaw while fitting the mask, since many people's facial conformations change once the jaw is relaxed. I tried the mask again last night, only I relaxed my jaw as I was fitting the mask. And it worked really well! Its comfortable, quiet and excellent for side sleeping!
Turn the machine on and position your nose in the opening comfortably.Then stop the machine.Hold the material at the top and bottom of the nose opening - with your nose in the hole - all the while pulling the material at the top and bottom in their opposite directions. Then pull the material the opposite directions left and right - with your nose in the opening still.Make sure the elastic part is on the center of your forehead.Then turn the machine back on.
Tip # 4
Place mask on face without the machine. Turn on air. Pull mask down and away at a 30 degree angle. Bring mask back to your face and push slightly. (this seems to seat it a bit more) Wait just a minute or two - the mask begins to mold to your face and upon lying down, the little leaks disappear.
SleepWeaver Universal Mask Sizing Guide
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