OMG,my husband has just started using his this week and it is not the noise that is keeping me awake...generally I can sleep through most noises. It is the hurricane blowing in my face once the machine has reached a higher pressure. It is horrendous, I end up with a freezing face, wind, and also a headache the next day.
Can someone please suggest something other than a pillow between us...
1. Consider switching sides of the bed so you face away from each other, instead of toward each other. "Spooning" is nice, as long as he is in front.
2. Some masks are better at diffusing the air than others. The Swift FX, for example, is built so it almost guarantees it will blow on someone
. but hanging the hose points the vent in the other direction (up toward the ceiling instead of down to bounce off the bedding) and the problem is (mostly) solved. So he could try other masks, or try hanging the hose (this works best when the vent is on the "elbow" instead of around the connection to the mask itself).