A patient of mine did some online research and wants me to order The Sleepweaver Mask for her. I've read through their website (www.sleepweaver.com) and I can't decide if I'd just be ordering it for her or if there may be something to it. Does anyone out there use it? If so, could you write a review?
I use the mask and have been for about a year. I am male with a mustache. No problems for me. It's light and I never sweat with this mask. My wife likes it because the air doesn't come out in a stream it's difused and I hardly notice it.
I use the adjustment on their site to get the seal, "Jiggle it back and forth using the bottom two straps. Don't ask me how, but it doesn't leak. The only issue is when I turn the rigid hose sometimes bends the mask, but I haven't had that problem for a long time now.
I used the nasel pillows and love them, but the new ones seem to make me pull extra hard to get air. No issues like that with this mask I get all the air I want when going to sleep and sleep good after. It's hard to really know how a mask works but I had a recent sleep test (I hate my AFlex machine) and used this mask during the study. Half way through I put the mask on and slept very well the rest of the night, I don't have exact results, but the Dr said i did very well after I put it on. I got the mask from a med distributer not from that Dr. His night workers had never seen one and wrote down the information on the mask when I woke.
I don't use a humidifier, it doesn't make any noise when the seal is good. Never had any strange noises with it.
I'm happy with it.
No help but from looking at it, I can't imagine why unless she sleeps in a cold room and that would help with condensation.