(03-08-2016, 02:45 PM)DariaVader Wrote: One size larger is a common fix, as is loosen the straps (or stretch them if P10). Also important is hygiene - clean your nose well, use saline/xylitol sprays before bed time, oil or another spraying in the morning, wash the pillows after every use.
When I started using my Nuance Pro I started with the medium pillow, which sealed well. I tried the large pillow next but it kept obstructing my nostrils. My AHI increased a great deal due to a large increase of obstructive events caused by the obstructions. I switched back to the medium pillow and haven't looked back. I agree that good hygiene goes a long way in being successful with nasal pillows.
(03-08-2016, 05:11 PM)Bompa Wrote:
Just out of curiosity,would that not make the pillows slippery and have them move around and cause a leak?
It will if you use too much. Slippage can be avoided by just putting the lanolin on the sore spot. I have found the smallest amount I can get out of the tube will treat both nostrils when they become sore. I also have a FFM to use if I need relief from the nasal pillow for a couple of nights.
I use FlashPAP to load data from a FlashAir III wifi sd card in my machine to my computer and display it with SleepyHead .
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