For newly-diagnosed sleep apnea patients, it can take some time getting used to using the CPAP machine and equipment. Experts recommend that you try wearing CPAP mask only for a short period of time while you’re awake, then try wearing the mask and the hose while awake. Lastly, try wearing the equipment while the machine is turned on, while you’re awake. This will allow new users to be more comfortable, easing them into their sleep therapy while they are asleep.
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- How often should I be cleaning my CPAP supplies?
- How often should I replace my supplies?
- What is the difference between CPAP, APAP, and Bilevel?
- Do you sell BiPAP machines?
- How do APAP machines work?
- How do I adjust to my CPAP?
- How often does a CPAP machine need to be serviced?
- How can I relieve a dry nose, dry throat, or a runny nose from CPAP therapy?
- What can I do about water in my tubing?
- Can I use tap water in my humidifier?