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It is also my experience that the P10 seems to blow into my nasal passages to keep them open despite a little bit congestion or a runny nose. If I awake for any reason I find taking the mask off to blow my nose and then continuing is not a problem at all.
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#12
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well i was thinking the N20 might be the same as the wisp, which was horrible for blowing in my eyes. I just need to settle on a nasal mask before tomorrow. I have plenty pillow mask . I have the Dreamwear pillow, and cushion, I have the Brevida , and i have the bella loops with pillows.
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(11-26-2017, 01:35 PM)chigirl Wrote: The plastic part that goes down the middle (for lack of a better word) is unnoticeable when you have it on because it is out of your line of sight. 

If we take our cue from medieval nasal helmets, it could be called the "nasal" or the "nose guard."  

https://history.stackexchange.com/questi...n-the-eyes

When you put it into historical perspective, our headgear isn't so cumbersome after all. 

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Sheepish

That is hilarious!!!!

So true and we complain endlessly!!
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