(06-25-2013, 10:32 AM)APNEA_Sam Wrote:(06-25-2013, 09:55 AM)Shastzi Wrote: Actually the total face mask does not direct any airflow across the eyes.
Learn something every day. I didn't know that even existed. I can only imagine the complications of anything but sleeping on your back with that one though...
In fact, I avoid sleeping on my back by wearing a back pack stuffed with tennis balls.
I use the Wet Ones on the mask seal just before bed and then on my face.
The mask stays stuck on all the way up to 20cm pressure.
I run infra-red time lapse videos now & then to see how I am doing.
I don't move around that much except to roll to the other side every few hours.
Getting up to answer the call of nature is a drag because you have to take the thing off so you can see.
In short. I hate this mask, but it works best for me so I use it.