With CPAP, you have to choose what works best for you
CPAP devices supply air via a face-mask or nasal under pressure. When you inhale, mild air pressure keeps the nose, throat and palate tissues open. It is totally possible to inhale and exhale without any difficulty while using a CPAP device. CPAP devices deliver pressurized air through a small tube connected to your apnea mask and connected to the apnea machine. The air can be room temperature, humidified, or heated depending on your comfort levels. Make sure your apnea mask fits tight to your face. The mask itself is held in place by headgear or straps. There are different of apnea masks, and you may have to try several different types to find the one that is most comfortable for you.
Th pros of a CPAP machine include the sound because they are usually quieter, and they also have functional data capabilities and are easy to use. Cons of a CPAP machine consists of the air flow on a CPAP, which is not as high as it would be on a BiPAP machine.