(01-14-2014, 05:52 AM)libbyau Wrote:(01-11-2014, 11:01 PM)Tez62 Wrote: Apapuser, I use a similar method, a large ring through a clip onto a wall unit, it cost me 80c. I recommend the hose coming from above your head to everyone, not only does it allow you to swivel, also you don't get tangled and the mask pulls up instead of down which seem to help with leaks.
Now that is good Idea and cheap to try. How would I go about doing something like that I have window above my head?
Libby, me50's idea is good if you have a bed head, if you do you may want to put a towel or cloth under where the hose would touch the bed head to save noise.
If not, if you do a google search for CPAP Hose Lift you will get an idea of the device we are talking about. They are around $60 but if you are handy making things or know someone that is, they maybe able to make you one.
I have my CPAP in a wooden wall unit next to my bed at head height, so I'm able you put a clip and ring up higher and guide the hose through it and down over my head.