Spring Allergies are here! If you are like so many people, you are suffering from dreadful spring allergies. We know it can seem like there is no relief in sight. But worry no more, we are here to help! We put together the best CPAP tips and products for anyone with seasonal allergies or suffering from nasal congestion.
Allery tip! Make sure to keep your CPAP equipment clean and you are replacing your items regularly. View the schedule here.
FULL FACE MASKS
If you suffer from nasal congestion, your nasal mask might not be able to deliver enough oxygen through your nose, causing you to breathe through your mouth as a result.
Full Face masks no longer cover the whole face like they once did, but they still comfortably deliver the full amount of air!
Take a look at our full face mask now: https://www.cpapnation.com/collections/full-face-masks
TOP-OF-THE-HEAD TUBING MASKS
Severe nasal congestion can cause pressure and discomfort - and the need to switch your sleeping position often.
Easily move using a mask with a 360° swivel. Bonus: these two masks have no contact on the top of the nose or on the sensitive nasal bridge!
Take a look at our top-of-the-head tubing masks now: https://www.cpapnation.com/products/airfit-f30i-full-face-cpap-mask-by-resmed and https://www.cpapnation.com/products/dream-wear-under-the-nose-nasal-mask
Allery tip! Rinsing your nasal passages with a saline nasal rinse (either with a neti pot or a spray) is a quick, inexpensive, and effective way to relieve nasal congestion. Rinsing directly flushes out mucus and allergens from your nose!
Heated tubing maintains the warm temperature of the air as it travels from the humidifier’s water chamber up to the mask to help stop irritation and dryness.
Heated tubing also helps to prevent condensation from forming even if the temperature in the room drops during the night.
Take a look at our heated tubing now: https://www.cpapnation.com/search?type=product%2Carticle%2Cpage&q=heated+tubing
The newest machines on the market offer top of the line humidification.
As air passes through your CPAP, soothing moisture and warmth are added to reduce dryness and relieve inflammation.
Take a look at our heated humidifiers now: https://www.cpapnation.com/collections/humidifiers-chambers
Allery tip! Wash your pillowcases, animals, and your hair regularly. Dust particles and other allergens can land on your pillowcases, pets and even you, which can increase your seasonal allergy symptoms.
Make sure you are switching out your machine’s filters regularly and also try hypoallergenic filters for an added allergy prevention. These will help add an additional step in preventing dust, debris, and pollen from entering your device.
Take a look at these hypoallergenic filters: https://www.cpapnation.com/search?type=product%2Carticle%2Cpage&q=hypoallergenic+filters
If you have any questions, please reach out to us at (800) 673-1220. Wishing you a congestion free allergy season!
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