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Autosense for her alarm
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I have no trouble falling asleep now, but I keep waking up with my mask on the floor. I put it back on and fall back asleep, but this happens several times each night. This last week, I've only managed 3 to 5 hours of use each night. In another post someone mentioned that I can turn an alarm on so that it will wake me up whenever I take my mask off. I can't find an alarm anywhere on my machine, not even under the clinical settings. I read the manual from front to back and no alarm mentioned. Am I missing something or does the autosense 10 for Her not have an alarm?
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(01-28-2016, 07:28 PM)usertc Wrote: I can't find an alarm anywhere on my machine, not even under the clinical settings.
AirSense 10 does not have such alarm
Chinstrap worn over the mask or/and hairpin holds the mask in place
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(01-28-2016, 10:25 PM)zonk Wrote:
(01-28-2016, 07:28 PM)usertc Wrote: I can't find an alarm anywhere on my machine, not even under the clinical settings.
AirSense 10 does not have such alarm
Chinstrap worn over the mask or/and hairpin holds the mask in place

Hi Zonk. That's interesting - the AirCurve does have an alarm, under the Options menu, called Leak Alert. Surprising that the AirSense doesn't have it.
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Hi DeepBreathing'
Initially, I wrote about the leak alert alarm but changed my mind and deleted it, since both OP machine and mine doesn't have such feature

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Bummer Sad I'm tempted to try using barrettes to pin the straps to my head, but I'm afraid I'll wake up with bald spots.
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(01-28-2016, 10:25 PM)zonk Wrote: Chinstrap worn over the mask or/and hairpin holds the mask in place
Chinstrap might works but hairpins or barrette is not a good suggestion
Anyway, you got the idea

Sleep-well

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