Deviated Septum and Sleep Apnea, Deviated Septum and Fatigue, Deviated Septum Snoring.
• If your main complain is Deviated Septum and Sleep Apnea or Deviated Septum and Fatigue or Deviated Septum Snoring – you must also see a Sleep Doctor.
• Please do not look at surgery as the only option. • This is our biased opinion – surgery is most likely not the only answer for you. It can be. However please weigh out all your options first so you can then make an educated decision.
• Meet a Sleep Specialist. Your goal should be to get the best solution to cure/overcome/deal with your fatigue, snoring and sleep apnea issues at its core.
• So during deep sleep, because the passage way in the nose is blocked, you will forcefully try to inhale. This then causes the back of the throat area to collapse also due to the negative pressure created. Thus contributing to your diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea.
• What you want is to rule out all the other causes for your tiredness and snoring. There are many potential causes. It is critical you get to the bottom of this.
• We work with many people who first went with the surgery route only to find it did not resolve their core issues.
• Your emotional health, body and your wallet will thank you.
• The CPAP masks we are recommending below are the ones our patients with Deviated Septum have reported that has worked for them successfully.
Cpap Nasal Pillows for someone with Deviated Septum
• For most people CPAP Nasal Pillows are not a good option. It actually depends on how severe the deviation is. Why?
• Because the CPAP/BIPAP pressure in essence gets bounced around a lot in the nasal passages and creates what is called as turbulence. This will make it very uncomfortable for you.
Cpap Nasal Mask for Someone with Deviated Septum
• Over the years we have come across many people with deviated septum, who initially could not tolerate their nasal CPAP mask. So what they did was use a Breathe Right Nasal Strips along with their current nasal mask and found good results.
• Please note - If you have allergy to latex , then please do not use these Breathe Right Nasal Strips. The packages are sealed with natural rubber latex.
• We have seen many people with deviated septum successfully use all types nasal masks.
• The majority of people with deviated septum and sleep apnea find using a CPAP Full Face mask as the most comfortable way to go.
Respironics Comfort Gel Full Face Mask
~ Resmed Mirage Quattro
~ Resmed Easy Fit Gel Full Face Mask
~ Resmed Quattro FX
~ Hans Rudolph 7600 series V2
~ Fisher and Paykel Forma
~ Devilbiss Easy Fit Gel Full Face Mask
~ Philips Respironics AMARA CPAP Full Face Mask
Hybrid CPAP Mask for someone with Deviated Septum
Oral Cpap Mask for someone with Deviated Septum