Item # 1700-5001

OptiPillows EPAP Mask

What is OptiPillows?
OptiPillows is an EPAP (Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure) nasal mask that is FDA cleared for treatment of snoring but may also treat mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. The mask is used like a nasal pillow CPAP mask, but without tubing or a machine.

How it works:
During inspiration the valve opens allowing you to breathe in easily. When you exhale, the valve closes and redirects the expired air through a narrow opening on the side of the valve. This creates Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP) in the mouth which helps keep the upper airways open and prevents snoring and sleep apnea. For better experience, expiratory pressure can be adjusted by rotating the sleeve to change expiratory resistance.

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What is OptiPillows?
OptiPillows is an EPAP (Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure) nasal mask that is FDA cleared for treatment of snoring but may also treat mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. The mask is used like a nasal pillow CPAP mask, but without tubing or a machine.

How it works:
During inspiration the valve opens allowing you to breathe in easily. When you exhale, the valve closes and redirects the expired air through a narrow opening on the side of the valve. This creates Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP) in the mouth which helps keep the upper airways open and prevents snoring and sleep apnea. For better experience, expiratory pressure can be adjusted by rotating the sleeve to change expiratory resistance.

How it works:
During inspiration the valve opens allowing you to breathe in easily. When you exhale, the valve closes and redirects the expired air through a narrow opening on the side of the valve. This creates Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP) in the mouth which helps keep the upper airways open and prevents snoring and sleep apnea. For better experience, expiratory pressure can be adjusted by rotating the sleeve to change expiratory resistance.
 
 


How it works:
During inspiration the valve opens allowing you to breathe in easily. When you exhale, the valve closes and redirects the expired air through a narrow opening on the side of the valve. This creates Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP) in the mouth which helps keep the upper airways open and prevents snoring and sleep apnea. For better experience, expiratory pressure can be adjusted by rotating the sleeve to change expiratory resistance.
 
 


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