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... How do you know if your pressure is set too high on your cpap? ... (1 replies)
... The main issue when CPAP pressures get to high is central apnea events. This is where your body feels it no longer has to breathe on its own because the machine is doing it for you. ... (1 replies)
... Pressure too high, too low....are you using a heated humidifier? ... (6 replies)

... of the patients that I have seen and had difficulties acclimating to their PAP treatment was due to the pressure setting not being correct or the patient is not using their humidifiers properly. ... (10 replies)
... ures or mandibular deformities. It has been my experience that any sleep tech who suggests that as a solution is a lazy tech! It is most likely that your son's pressure is set too high or too low. ... (10 replies)
... I've had sleep apnea for years and have lost weight recently. I know the current pressure is too high and want to reduce it to see if it helps. ... (3 replies)
... Why do you want to change the pressure on your machine? ... (3 replies)
... and the nasal pillows and can't tolerate any of them. I feel just like you do, that I can't get a good breath while wearing it. I've told my doctor I think the pressure is too high so she's sending me to a puliminologist to see if he will order it to be turned down. ... (15 replies)
... Humm that constant waking may be the result of you needing a slight increase in your pressure. My sleep MD stold me that it is better to be a little high than low. Continual wake ups are a sign that you are still have apnea events and the pressure may be too low due to allergies, illness, etc. ... (9 replies)
... Look in your manuals. You can set you pressure and adjust your humidity. Two main aggrevants are humidity and pressure. ... (5 replies)
... I occasionally ripd my mask off. It normally corresponds to the humidty setting being too high and water beginning to pool in my mask. ... (5 replies)
... Well Ive been on CPAP for about 2 weeks now. I have high blood pressure and currently take 2 medications daily. ... (2 replies)
... I wonder if the air pressure is now too high since I lost all the weight. Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated. ... (1 replies)
... a week ago, and got my results back two days ago. After my first sleep study, I was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea, and RLS. I have been treated since, with a cpap and medication for the RLS. Although it did take some time to adjust to wearing the cpap, once I did, I have been completely compliant ever since. ... (40 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome after a sleep study wearing the nose mask with the cpap machine. When the tech put the mask on me and I would try to exhale thru my mouth, I couldn't. It seemed like to air pressure was too high or something. ... (5 replies)
... ng made a billion times worse by chronic sleep deprivation. After what I went through, my husband and I realized that he had the same problem! And now he wears CPAP too! ... (14 replies)
New to CPAP
Jul 28, 2003
... My husband just started his CPAP about 2 months ago. He had a really hard time at first. He would only wear it for an hour or so and then pull it off. ... (1 replies)
... o leaks, no noise, no adjusting!!! The only problem I had was rainout. I set the heated humidifier on high, set the ramp so I could fall asleep before the higher pressure kicked in and went right to sleep within a few minutes. ... (2 replies)
... get used to using CPAP, but most people find it helps a great deal with quality of sleep, daytime drowsiness, foggy thinking, etc. Spouses generally sleep better too without the snoring, gasping, restlessness, etc that sleep apnea produces. ... (2 replies)
... and just recently underwent many cardiac tests because my blood pressure suddenly spiked and heart rate went way up and we couldn't get it down. ... (3 replies)




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