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 movementwith DreamWear versus their prescribed mask.1-3
DreamWear's innovative design prevents red marks, discomfort and irritationon the nose bridge.4
Part of the Dream Family
The Dream Family Philips sleep apnoea platform was designed with your needs in mind. Our DreamWear system of masks has an innovative in-frame air-flow and air tube connection at the top of the head, giving you greater freedom of movement throughout the night and a more comfortable sleeping experience.
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.
(elastic straps and back) The headgear helps to ensure a comfortable and secure fit, holding the mask in its correct place during the night.
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.
Cushions and pillows
Nasal or pillow cushions provide a comfortable fit and seal.
The innovative DreamWear design allows air to flow through the mask frame itself.
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.