CALCXX Posted January 30 Share Posted January 30 (edited) Mike, fwiw, I placed the Cpap machine (low) above my head. That reduced the tendency of tugging on the hose if I turn at sleep. Think of the hose parallel to the body not perpendicular. (sp) Sleeping with a mask will take some time to get comfortable. You will if you stay the course. The CPAP really helped me in many aspects. I am hopeful that your results will be the same. Mike, this may sound silly to you and others but I consciously breathe through my nose. Not sure what I do at REM. I mentioned this because I struggled at first mouth breathing under CPAP. Edited January 30 by CALCXX Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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