CPAP Clinic Sleep Blog

Understanding your sleep health, sleep apnea and CPAP therapy

Why won’t my new CPAP mask fit onto my tubing?

 

Why won’t my new CPAP mask fit onto my tubing?

 

CPAP mask fit

Many who invest in their sleep health discover the benefits of CPAP or PAP therapy to treat sleep apnea. A simple explanation of sleep apnea is the airway is obstructed during sleep, causing breathing to stop. PAP therapy blows air into the airway to keep it open during sleep, thereby avoiding snoring and apnea ( brief periods of no breathing).

For many, the experience is rewarding, after the “getting used to it” period, which is typically four to six weeks.

Additionally, as time moves forward,  the CPAP system has parts that require changing. One of the things to change is typically the mask. Once the mask is changed to something new, sometimes the new mask won’t attach to the CPAP assembly.

 

Lastly, here’s a short video explaining why and what to do:

 

Questions?

Call 1.877.430.2727 for help.

Written and Edited by Bill Bistak B Sc.,SEO/SEM Spc, CRT

CPAP Clinic – hеаlthсаrе аt уоur hоmе
We ѕеrvе Grеаtеr Tоrоntо Area іn Cаnаdа.
Cоntасt: 1-877-430-CPAP(2727) or іnfо@CPAPClіnіс.са

Looking tо rent CPAP іn Tоrоntо? Thеn vіѕіt CPAPClіnіс.са аnd сhооѕе from a wide rаngе of CPAP nаѕаl masks in Tоrоntо аnd CPAP nаѕаl ріllоwѕ іn Tоrоntо today!

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *