The Headrest Nasal Seal CPAP Mask removes one of the main complaints about CPAP systems: all the facial pads and straps are gone. There’s no need for them with Headrest. Nothing touches the face but the interface itself. No chafing. No redness. No pressure sores. No discomfort. No instability or need to "over tighten" the seal to keep it in place.
But the Headrest does not sacrifice function for comfort. Three adjustment points make getting a comfortable fit easy. It’s stable, holding the interface securely in place, and is even easier to adjust than a baseball cap.
SIZE IS IMPORTANT
Size can be as important with an interface as it is with the CPAP unit, and the Headrest nasal seal is small. Its flexible tubing follows the center of the face, so there’s nothing to block the field of vision. For travel, it folds neatly into a compact shape just right to stow safely and efficiently.
This interface is truly comfortable. Touching only the nostrils, it delivers the prescribed air pressure without irritating the rest of the soft tissue on the face. And even more importantly, the Headrest is tightened independently from the adjustments to the seal, meaning that you won’t have to experience seal discomfort in order to achieve superior stability.
Headrest CPAP Mask - Fitting Guide (PDF)
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||Everest Headrest CPAP Mask, Headgear, and Nasal Pillows (Medium & Large)