"My first 2 weeks starting CPAP were the hardest, but my sleeping started to improve as I adjusted.
Hang it there...you should find it gets better.
For me wearing the mask is now rouyine.
Good luck, billysleep"
"It is quite normal, some feel it interrupts sleep due to using the machine and mask, turning over can disturb you with the mask moving and leaks. Give it a month or two and you should start to feel a lot better. If not contact your Sleep…"
"Sometimes the tiredness can feel worse Ruth if you're having some interrupted sleep when new to CPAP. I definitely felt like that. Although I'd been diagnosed with severe sleep apnoea I slept through it all, whereas when I was…"
"Make sure you have SmartFlex turned on, this will drop the pressure when you breath out.
You didn't say what model you have, but as pressure was rising it must at least be Automatic.
If you look in the manual it will tell you how to get into…"
Hi,my name is Ann and I stumbled across this site when looking to see where I could sell my CPAP machine but after reading some discussions, I now think that I may be better keeping it. I bought the Sleep Cube as it was fully automatic and as I…See More
Hi, I’ve been using the ResMed mirage Quattro since I was as diagnosed5 years ago. I’ve always hated it and found it so uncomfortable. Last week I bought myself a ResMed airfit F20 with quiet air and it’s the best thing ever. Nothing covering my…See More
I have been using a Cpap machine for 7 months. I too struggled with a full face mask (Simplus as issued by sleep clinic) but I changed from a large to medium size mask and it is a lot more comfortable and, because it fits better, I…"
"Using the Quatro Air is certainly working. My 95% pressures are still below 15 and also Im getting a much better sleep.
I think the reason its working is that the inlet is lower on the Quatro Air and is also directed downwards. This direction of…"
I am offering these never used masks (all in original packaging with User Manuals) for half the current retail price (check them at www.eu-pap.co.uk) , that is £50 or £60 including shipping within the U.K. …See More
"The best thing is to ask your clinic, they all appear to work their own way, also if you are going abroad it is worth checking if it is still covered. If not you might feel better if it were covered by insurance. Ask if your home…"