Halo Chin Strap by BreatheWear
BreatheWear CPAP Mask Chin Strap
This product does not require a prescription
The BreatheWear Halo chin strap keeps the mouth closed when you are using a nasal or pillow style mask for sleep apnea therapy. The CPAP pressure delivered from your therapy device can blow the mouth open, especially if you are on a high CPAP setting.
Halo Chin Strap is a reusable accessory worn by a sleep apnea patient to keep the mouth closed during sleep. The Halo® Chin Strap is a chin support of unique design for comfort and stability. The chin support itself is made of a breathable, flexible fabric with two adjustable Velcro® ends that feed through the one-piece halo that is worn over the crown of the head. The user may tighten/loosen the fit by adjusting the chin strap on either side of the head. The Halo® Chin Strap will accommodate a wide range of head sizes up to a maximum circumference of 26" from chin to crown of head. For a sleep apnea chin strap that offers more individual adjustability and fits a wider range of head sizes, please see our Cross Bar Chin Strap.
Air leaks severely reduce the effects of your prescribed CPAP therapy, causing you to wake up with a dry mouth, feeling tired, and needing more rest. Other options to consider for eliminating mouth breathing would be to try a full-face-style CPAP mask that covers the nose and the mouth. Waking with mouth dryness can be an indicator that your mouth is falling open during sleep.
Included in This Package
- (1) BreatheWear Halo Chin Strap
- Cushion: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
- Headgear: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed)
- Complete Mask: Every 9-12 Months (or as needed)
- Tube Hose: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
- Latex Free: Yes
- Insurance Codes: A7036
- International Shipping: Yes
- Actual Weight: 3 oz.
- RX Required?: No
- Travel Sized: Yes
Ratings & Reviews
No More Dry Mouth
by Bruce Maco -
This is by far the most comfortable chin brace I have tried. I use a bipap and my air setting is so high it blows my mouth open. Thanks to this I don't wake up with sore throat and dry mouth.