Respironics GoLife for Women Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask
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- Designed Specifically For Women
- Self-Adjusting Nasal Pillows
- Quiet Air Diffusion
Respironics GoLife for Women Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask Description
The GoLife provides an unobstructed view, allowing you to watch television or read prior to falling asleep, and the minimal nasal-pillow style design is great for CPAP users with claustrophobia. Respironics has taken a great mask design and elevated it even higher by acknowledging the differences between men and women’s facial features.
For the male version of this CPAP mask, please visit the CPAP Mask page.
Designed Specifically For Women: The GoLife for Women Nasal Pillow CPAP mask conforms to the contours of the female facial structure
Self-Adjusting Nasal Pillows: The nasal pillow's self-adjusting, optimally-angled design provides flexibility and eliminates the need for manual adjustment. This flexibility provides an even seal that will be maintained throughout the night
Quiet Air Diffusion: The exhalation port is designed to diffuse air in a quiet manner
Simple Headgear: The headgear is is easily adjustable and is designed to provide comfort
360 Degree Swivel: The highly versatile 18 inch tube comes with a 360 degree swivel that provides freedom to move around through the night while maintaining a steady seal
Multiple Sizes Included: The GoLife for Women comes with petite, small, and medium sized pillows included.
|Product Weight||.5 pounds|
All CPAP masks and most CPAP tubing are made to a standard size. Because of this, you can choose any mask to use with your CPAP or BiLevel machine. You should choose your CPAP mask based on previous good experiences with a mask, a doctor's recommendation...
There are traditional nasal masks (by far, the most popular with CPAP users), alternative nasal masks, full face masks (for those patients who have problems with mouth breathing or leaking from the mouth), nasal interface systems (such as nasal pillows systems), and oral masks. For the best possible choice, stick with what has worked for you in the past.