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    Sleep apnoea therapy

    DreamWear masks

    Feels like wearing nothing at all

      Ditch the hose nose and sleep in any position you want

       

      Get the rest you deserve with DreamWear – a radical departure from traditional mask technology. The versatile system is designed for exceptional fit and comfort, and makes it easy to swap cushions, so you can find the perfect match.

      DreamWear comes closest to making users feel like they have nothing on their face during therapy.1-3

       

      DreamWear users state they didn't need to choose a sleep position when wearing DreamWear.1-3

       

      Users felt they experienced more freedom of movement with DreamWear versus their prescribed mask.1-3

       

      DreamWear's innovative design prevents red marks, discomfort and irritation on the nose bridge.4

      Explore your choices


      Philips offers a comprehensive portfolio of state-of-the-art sleep apnea masks that combine performance and comfort.
      DreamWear Full Face cushion mask

      Full face masks

      Full face masks let you breathe with your mouth open while you sleep.

      DreamWear Full Face cushion mask is designed to prevent red marks, discomfort and irritation on your nose.


      DreamWear Gel Pillows

      Nasal pillow masks

      Nasal pillow masks provide a seal around each nostril with minimum contact to the face.

      DreamWear Full Face cushion mask is designed to prevent red marks, discomfort and irritation on your nose.


      DreamWear Nasal

      Nasal cradle masks

      Nasal cradle masks eliminate contact with the bridge of your nose.

      DreamWear Full Face cushion mask is designed to prevent red marks, discomfort and irritation on your nose.


      DreamWear Nasal

      On the nose nasal mask

      Nasal masks are ideal if you breathe through your nose while you sleep.

      DreamWear Full Face cushion mask is designed to prevent red marks, discomfort and irritation on your nose.


      See instructions for use for each individual mask
      After putting DreamWear on the first time, I just loved it. There was a lot more freedom of movement with it… ” 

      -John H., who has sleep apnea

      Masks myth
      Myth: One mask fits all.
      White line
      Fact: Everyone’s face is unique. It’s important to find the mask that fits and works for you.
      By Teofilo Lee-Chiong, MD, chief medical liaison, Philips Healthcare Solutions

      Learn about the parts of a CPAP mask


      If you’re starting therapy, it’s helpful to understand how your mask and related components work – and when to replace them. Masks are used to deliver the air from your therapy device to you. Most masks have built-in exhalation ports that vent your exhaled air.
      Mask parts
      No 1

      Headgear 

      (elastic straps and back) The headgear helps to ensure a comfortable and secure fit, holding the mask in its correct place during the night. 

      No 2

      Tubing

      The tube is critical for effective therapy. You have the option to use a heated tube connected to a humidifier to keep air moist. Look over your tube each night to make sure there are no cracks or other damage. 

      No 3

      Cushions and pillows 

      Nasal or pillow cushions provide a comfortable fit and seal.

      No 4

      Frame 

      The innovative DreamWear design allows air to flow through the mask frame itself.

      Replacement schedule

      Inspect your equipment often for wear and tear, and if you think you need a replacement, contact your homecare provider.
       

      Headgear: every 6 months

      Tubing: every 3 months

      Cushions and pillows: every 3 months

      DreamWear mask parts and accessories


      Several mask options work with a single, flexible, over-the-head frame.
      DreamWear Full Face Cushion
      DreamWear Full Face Cushion
      DreamWear Gel Pillow Cushion
      DreamWear Gel Pillow Cushion
      DreamWear Nasal Cushion
      DreamWear Nasal Cushion
      DreamWear Frame
      DreamWear Frame

      Comfort and fitting tips

       

      A mask that fits properly is crucial to keeping you committed and comfortable. Here are some tips to follow:

      No 1
      Use the smallest size mask that fits without pinching.
      No 2
      A tight fit is not necessary. Try loosening the mask if there are leaks.
      No 3
      Headgear should be secure but not too tight. If your mask has a forehead arm or adjustment feature, adjust that first. Adjust straps to minimise air leaks.
      No 4
      The cushion should not be crushed against your face.
      No 5
      Don’t block the exhalation port between the mask and the connecting tubing. Position the port away from your bed partner.
      No 6
      The mask should be fitted while you are in a sleeping position and with air blowing at the prescribed pressure.
      No 7
      Mark the headgear straps with permanent marker to remember where they should be fastened.
      No 8
      Remove the mask by pulling it over your head or use the quick-release clip.
      No 9
      Consider looping the tubing over the headboard to reduce the pull on the mask.
      No 10
      If your mask was fitted with your dentures in, your mask may not fit properly without them.

      Insight and support:


      Check out our blog for ideas and information about thriving with sleep apnoea, so you can easily manage your condition and live the life you want.

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      References

      1. Data analysis at 30 days of use of 2015 Philips sponsored patient reference trial (n=98). Data on file.

      2. Data analysis at 30 days of use of 2017 Philips sponsored patient preference trial (n=80). Data on file.

      3. Data analysis of August 2017 Patient Preference trial where n = 85.  Data on file.

      4. The design of the mast is such that it does not contact the nasal bridge.

      5. DreamMapper is available currently in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and certain international locations.
       

      For informational purposes only, not to replace physician's directions.