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Pulling off nasal pillow while sleeping
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(11-15-2014, 07:29 PM)pmyokhin Wrote: I also use a nasal pillow. As another reader indicated, I too wear my nasal pillow a good 2 hours before I go to bed to acclimate myself to the device. This being the onset of winter, what does wake me up is the cold air that blows onto my cheeks when there is a leak, but I resolve that by wiggling the nasal pillow until the air leak sound goes away. I did when I started the treatment rip the device off occasionally (I've only been treated since October 23), but have gotten use to it.
Hi pmyokhin,
It's great to hear that you hav acclimated well to your CPAP therapy, keep up the good work.
trish6hundred
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