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... My spouse has a CPAP machine that seems to be getting noiser over the past months. ... (3 replies)
CPAP noise!!
Jun 20, 2005
... I've been diagnosed with sleep apnea and have been using a CPAP machine since the middle of March. I started with the mask that goes over the nose. I have no problems using the CPAP and feel much better when I do. ... (16 replies)
CPAP noise!!
Jun 20, 2005
... by vent, do you mean where the air flows out near the mask? this shouldnt make any noise, if it whistles, something is wrong with the vent if the CPAP machine is noisy, a box of sound absorbant board helps, making sure to allow enough air to be sucked into the machine husband may need to try several different earplugs to find some that are comfortable for him, he seems... (16 replies)

... I think he's had this machine for almost a year but I can't be sure. ... (3 replies)
... The REMstar LX System does not require routine servicing; however, if the following occurs servicing may be required: • If symptoms of sleep apnea recur, contact your physician. • If you think the REMstar LX is not performing properly or is not delivering the correct air pressure, contact your home care provider. • If the noise level of the REMstar LX has changed to... (3 replies)
Sleep apnea
Apr 14, 2011
... I was diagnosed with sleep apnea in 2002 after thyroid surgery in 2000 the cpap machine I have is the resmed mirage this has no oxygen cylinders and is quiet I think well my hubby is a bit deaf so it does not bother him lol. ... (6 replies)
CPAP noise!!
Jun 27, 2005
... some CPAPs are noisier than others, make sure the air intake filter isnt blocked with dust, earplugs may help, some use an extra long airhose so the machine can be positioned further away place the mahine on a soft surface, usually they seem more noisy on a hard floor or shelf some people freak out when they see a person using a CPAP wearing the mask if he has a nose... (16 replies)
CPAP noise!!
Jun 20, 2005
... I am surprised that your husband finds the machine so noisy. Do you have an older model? ... (16 replies)
... That machine was very noisy. It didn't bother me although my wife could not sleep with it. ... (3 replies)
CPAP noise!!
Jun 20, 2005
... i think your husband is being very selfish i have sleep apena very bad and i have asked my husband if my machine is noisey and hard for him to sleep he says no he sleeps better because he no longer has to where ear plugs because of my snoring he says sometimes he wakes up because mask is half off my face he just slides it back on and goes back to sleep he would rather wake up... (16 replies)
... time to sleep in another room? My husband snores and I have had to simply start sleeping in another room. He doesn't like it but my sleep is worth it. (3 replies)
Sleep apnea
Jun 6, 2011
... Hello Jewls, I went for a sleep study. My blood oxygen level was dropping to 68% during the night and the sleep test showed I quit breathing 39 times per hour. With the Bi-PAP, I do not need oxygen so the oxygen cylinder nor oxygen concentrator machine (very noisy) was needed. My Bi-PAP machine (quiet) came with a water reservoir with a variable heater to prevent a... (6 replies)
... and was more rested than the previous night with the nasal contraption......Anyways back to the post I have a black machine it is small and you cannot even tell it is on.The mask makes more noise from the air blowing out than the machine.I think I lucked out. ... (1 replies)
... Oh yeah....get this one .... my hubby refused to use the CPAP was too noisy!!!!, deeeeaaaar...YOUR noise is MUCH worse than that purr of a CPAP motor. I mean come on.... ... (14 replies)
Sleep apnea
Mar 3, 2011
... I cannot answer your question about the sore throat, but can tell you that I do have sleep apnea and there are different types of machines to get. I have the one that the heat is set automatically, so there is no bother to it. It is a bit more expensive, but well worth it. If you cannot afford that one, the lesser model is fine because I have used that as well. As far as... (6 replies)
... by took the sleep study at home. The mailed the sleep study test and I hooked him up. The next day we shipped it back and they read results. We just received the CPAP today and he has it on now. He showed to have mild apnea, I told them that caught him on a mild night! Cause he can get loud and noisy!!. ... (2 replies)

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