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(03-05-2017, 02:17 PM)jds2001 Wrote: Don't get discouraged if your first few nights don't go well - it took me about 2-3 weeks to get fully acclimated. Now I think that the machine is broken sometimes since I can't feel the pressure AT ALL. I'll do something to break the seal, hear the rush of air and be like "yep, still working!"

It's funny that you say this . . . I do the same thing.  I woke up this morning and did not hear or feel anything, so I opened my mouth and heard the rush of air to make sure I did not shut the machine off in my sleep.
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UK, take it from a fellow newbee. When you've got the machine in your home things go alot better. This takes some getting use to. I'm  five nights in an it still wakes me up, but each night it's a little less than the last.
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