For your hose, you can make a hose wrap out of old socks, just cut the toes out of them and sew them together and make a tube out of the socks and put it over the hose and that will take care of the water in the hose, (rainout.)
Thanks. I'll give that a try.
Ok, last night I used the nasal mask and a home made chin strap. I slept for 9:57 hours . Here's the results:
Apnea Index: .8
Hypopnea index: .9
AHI : 1.7
Not bad results. If I read these correctly I'm below the apnea threshold
I also would like to add that I still feel really tired. Any reason why that would be? I did wake 4 times in the night though.
You sound like me, so I will watch your progress with care.
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01-01-2014, 03:40 PM
(This post was last modified: 01-01-2014, 03:43 PM by Esprit.)
I slept better last night although it was only 6.5 hours (New Years Eve-got to bed at 2:30am!). I woke up in the same position I went to bed in (on my side). Felt more alert today-only now am I starting to feel a little tired. My jaw is starting to feel much better too now that I'm not wearing the dental appliance.
Here's the numbers from last night:
Apnea index: .4
Hypopnea Index: 1.3
95th Percentile: 0
What should I use to clean out the supply hose and mask? There's quite a bit of moisture in them and I don't want bacteria or mold to form.