There will definitely be some adjustment. Last night I had an AHI of 10... :/ I tightened my mask a little bit. That might have been a mistake.
Also, anyone have trouble with air coming out of their mouth? With the ramp up, it's fine but then as I'm falling asleep, it ramps the pressure up, fills up my cheeks, comes out my mouth, and wakes me up. I also find that air is coming out of my mouth periodically during the night. Is the pressure too high or is this part of adjustment?
I ended up sleeping 8hrs with CPAP then took it off and slept another 4....
Is the Wiki guide the one people use for the SleepyHead software?
You have "mouth leak" pretty dang standard for many. Lots of threads with people fighting it. Full Face Mask (FFM), chin strap, holding your tongue at the top of your mouth, tape..... Pretty sure everything has been tried. I use an Amara View minimal FFM and then don't worry about it. As with anything there are tricks to try and figure what works for you. You also need to get used to just how much of a leak is bad, I used to wake up at the slightest leak and now I may or many not even check the data in the morning.
I use the tongue trick, we do it all the time in real life or you could not swallow water or breathe only through your nose with your mouth open, how do you keep from fluid going into your lungs while asleep? It's the tongue thing, you can train it.
WIth masks, tighter is not always better. It has to be tight enough to not let the pressure blow out the silicone seal but not so tight crush the same seal.