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... How do you know if your pressure is set too high on your cpap? ... (1 replies)
... ibular 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)
... Pressures that are set too high may damage the lungs, and of course pressures that are too low may render treatment ineffective...that's why, at least from what I understand, a professional will set the pressures on your machine. ... (3 replies)

... Once you get the humidifier under control you may still have to fine tune somewhat. I was lucky, because my doc set my pressures correctly when I first got machine.... ... (1 replies)
... hours of sleep, that to is a pretty good indication that the pressure is not set correctly...it can be either too high or too low...that indication holds to both. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, there is a lot of danger!! When one uses the cpap machine, the machine has to be set at a certain level and only a certified dr. will know and he or she will know from the sleep study test. ... (1 replies)
CPAP Troubles
Apr 15, 2008
... If the humidity is too low, too high it may be causing problems. ... (3 replies)
... Look in your manuals. You can set you pressure and adjust your humidity. Two main aggrevants are humidity and pressure. ... (5 replies)
... Based on what you are saying about waking with shortness of breath and rapid heart, I would question whether your pressures are set high enough....if your pressures are too low, your apneas will continue and what you describe is what can happen after an apnea episode. ... (1 replies)
Sleep Apnea
May 11, 2008
... Just checked my cpap and it is a remstar auto by respironics... ... (15 replies)
Starting CPAP
Jan 21, 2008
... you're still breathing through your mouth and not your mask, you humidity setting isn't high enough, or you may need a heated humidifier if you don't already have one. ... (15 replies)
BiPap problems
Apr 3, 2004
... Out of all your problems, the only one I can offer is about the leaking mask. Make sure the thing isnt too big, mine used to float all over my face. ... (4 replies)
BiPap problems
Nov 15, 2002
... Initially I had a CPAP and got to where I could sleep for about 4 hours with it. After four hours it would begin to blow my cheeks out and make me swallow air. ... (4 replies)
... Got the Oracle yesterday and I love it!!!! No 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)
My Mask Leaks
Sep 18, 2010
... Based on what you're describing, I'm curious if you are being monitored regularly by your doctor. For what it's worth, I was on a cpap for a month. ... (7 replies)
... It's difficult to trace it back. Clearly, I was never a morning person. I felt sluggish since high school, just barely making the bus each morning, looking around wondering how everyone else could be so damn loud and spastic. ... (3 replies)
... You may be limited to what clinic your insurance company will cover....you might want to call the insurance company and see what clinics they recommend and which clinics they'd reimburse you for. (I was unhappy with the first sleep specialist I saw, called my insurance company and they gave me other specialists in the state that I could see. I found one I was happy with who... (6 replies)




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