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... As for the itchy nose, maybe you should start using a humidifier? ... (4 replies)
... I have the sam eitchy nose problem. I have been sleeping with a cpap for about 9 months now. I was drinking an access of 45 oz of coffee a day. I would stop breathing an average about 57 times an hour. ... (4 replies)
... I also recently got set up with my CPAP machine. It is an Autoset Spirit made by ResMed without a humidifier. I'm using a Mirage Ultra nasal CPAP mask. ... (4 replies)

... I am a new CPAP user, about a month. I'm now on mask number four. ... (8 replies)
... I use something called Ocean Spray found over the counter at a local drug store. It is a saline solution. I sniff two puffs of that up my nose before putting on my machine AND I demanded a humidifier with my machine because you are breathing in DRY room air. ... (4 replies)
... In short.....since on my cpap my allergies, asthma, and acis reflux have improved dramatically. Infact the acid reflux is really just about gone. ... (4 replies)
... It has several points of adjustment. A height adjustment for the pad on the back of the head, one at the top to adjust length, one on the front that raises and lowers the mask, and an angle adjustment for the mask. You adjust it the way you want one time, then just slip it on your head each night. The hose is only attached to the top point of the headgear and doesn't stay... (8 replies)
... I have a humidfier, but I'm not using it. Humid air makes my nose stop up. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for the suggestions. I'll give those a try (8 replies)
... The Mirage is a pretty good mask. Do you use a humidifier? Just wondering if that's causing the condensation. Yeah the Nasal Aire masks might be the worse i've ever seen. The Breeze is different than the Adams Circuit because it doesn't have any straps that go across your face. It's a very good design. With either one, the nasal pillows just sit right on your nostrils so it... (8 replies)
... ash..may seem silly but the premise is still the same. If it is an adjustment issue, you could also give a lidocaine mixture like teething gel a try to make your nose less senstive to the irritation. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. I am using the ResMed Mirage Vista. My nose does not itch every night, just most nights. ... (8 replies)
... So what kind of mask are you using? You might have an allergy to the mask, some of them have parts made from latex. I highly recommend a mask that uses nasal pillows instead of covering your whole nose. You can either go with one called an Adams Circuit or the Breeze. The Breeze is the best mask I've seen. I use it myself and have my patients try it. (8 replies)
... Thanks. I"ll try to go see one today. (8 replies)

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