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Part Two: Top CPAP fails and How to solve them


Part Two: Top CPAP fails and How to solve them


So, you have gradually been getting used to a CPAP mask, but…

My CPAP mask has become uncomfortable to wear! Now what?

When it comes to getting a new CPAP mask, it’s important that you work together with your doctor and CPAP supplier to assure that the mask and device suit your needs.One of the ways this is done is with compliance wireless reporting. Check your CPAP. It may be transmitting important usage information about your CPAP experiences. Furthermore, a conversation about this data can eliminate travel time, etc. to and from your provider.

If monitoring is not helping, ask your doctor, sleep technologist, or CPAP supplier to show you how to re-adjust your mask (and for fitting tips)  to get the optimal fit. Be sure to read manufacturer product instructions or view a good Youtube video, which can also help you get a better idea about proper fit.

Lastly, the good news is there is a wide variety of mask styles. Check out the different CPAP mask types and weigh each mask’s pros and cons. Having the right conversation and with the right information can lead you to a great fitting mask.

This is part two in a series.


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

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