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Re: Cpap Pro - has anyone tried it?

Post by RipVW on Sun Mar 11, 2012 2:02 pm

Re: Cpap Pro - has anyone tried it?

Post by Kaylis on Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:52 am

Well, it is nasal pillows, but there isn't a head gear to deal with and it's got the added benefit of helping my jaw feel better all day.

Re: Cpap Pro - has anyone tried it?

Post by tomhole on Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:32 am

How can that be more comfortable / better than nasal pillows?

Re: Cpap Pro - has anyone tried it?

Post by Kaylis on Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:21 am

I've recently purchased a CPAP Pro and here are my comments on it (so far). I hope they are helpful.

* Adjusting the mask pieces has been frustrating because I'm having trouble getting the pillows to stay at my nostrils without being pushed inside the openings. Tonight I'm going to try twisting the tubes leading to them with small wire to stiffen them a bit.

* It is very quiet and I LOVE that there isn't a gust of air coming out from my face (I have an old Swift). I'm quickly getting used to the gently air coming out of the foam pieces.

* The mouth piece took two tries to get a good imprint, but this wasn't a big deal for me.

* I LOVE that my TMJ is feeling much better since the mouth piece holds my teeth apart at the front and doesn't let the teeth in the back clench.

* My lips are getting used to being more open than I'm used to them being. I had to up the humidity a bit so they stayed moist all night.

* My hair is much less messy in the morning (it's long).

All in all I'm still adjusting to it and modifying it, but I think I'll be happy and comfortable in the end.

Re: Cpap Pro - has anyone tried it?

Post by 2 B Sleeping Soundly on Sat Feb 25, 2012 10:52 pm

It is kind of interesting. I wonder if mouth breathers would have to use a chin strap to keep the mouth piece from moving/falling out and causing the nose pillows to loose contact and/or seal with the nose?

John

Cpap Pro - has anyone tried it?

Post by flocof on Sat Feb 25, 2012 10:47 pm

Hi, I am wondering if this is just a gimick (as advertised on TV...) or if this nose mask actually works. Has anyone on this forum tried it?
http://www.nomask.com/
I watched the video and it does sound too good to be true!

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