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Dry Mouth
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I have been using my machine little over a month now. I not a big fan of the heat  so I have it turned down along with the humidity to A 2 but I notice I get dry mouth a lot more since I have done this. Should I turn humidity back up?
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To fix the dry mouth you would turn up the heat.
new http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...re_success
mask fit http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...ask_Primer
From machine or charts for auto-cpap, set the min 1cm below median pressure, or 2cm below 90/95%. max at 20cm for now. Forum will help you fine tune settings
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if you get the 10 foot hose the air is cold even with the humidity turned to 5.
i had the 6 foot hose but it was to short so i got a 10 foot one and first thing i noticed was
the cold air, did not think about it cooling the air.
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