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Friday, February 22, 2019

I have been diagnosed with sleep apnea. I chose the nasal mask, the Wisp (bottom, left.)The larger photo on the right, and the upper and lower center all show pillows masks, suitable for those with claustrophobia.

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    I sure hope that you can adjust to the mask and that it will ease your breathing and bring some good night sleeps!!!
    800 days ago
    So very sorry to hear this. I hope this allows you to have a proper sleep now.
    806 days ago
  • FRAN0426
    I have been using the wisp for almost two years now, it is the one that fits me the best. I hope you will be comfortable wearing it each night. It didn't take long to get adjusted to having something on my face to feel comfortable wearing it. I must say that the problem in the beginning was having an improper fitting mast, not once but twice. I finally told them that my husband uses the nasal nose type tube, then they must have something else without using the big masks. So got the wisp and that works well. I have bi-pap machine, it works with both inhaling and exhaling, but same principle as the C-pap machine. Hope this works out for you, you will enjoy sleeping better.
    807 days ago
    Wow. They have come a long way from the old days.
    807 days ago
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