|Machine: S9 AutoSet™ CPAP Machine|
|Mask: Hybrid Full Face CPAP Mask with Nasal Pillows and Headgear|
|Humidifier: HumidAire H4i™ Heated Humidifier|
|Additional Comments: Started 8/07, S8 Escape set to 11 then 9, ramp 8 then 6...losing wt is working for me. APAP range 9.8-16.|
|Machine: PR System One REMstar Auto CPAP Machine with A-Flex|
|Mask: FlexiFit HC431 Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear|
|Additional Comments: Aussie Heated Hose!!|
pday wrote:I have been sleeping with my cpap for about 6 months, but am now having a problem with my teeth feeling loose in the mornings. Any suggestions?
|Machine: PR System One REMStar 60 Series BiPAP autoSV Advanced|
|Mask: Quattro™ FX Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear|
|Humidifier: PR System One Heated Humidifier|
|Additional Comments: User of xPAP therapy for over 20 yrs. Resmed & Respironics ASV units with EEP=9cm-14cm H2O; PSmin=4cm H2O; PSmax=15cm H2O; Max=25cm H2O|
What kind of mask are you using?
JohnBFisher wrote:pday wrote:I have been sleeping with my cpap for about 6 months, but am now having a problem with my teeth feeling loose in the mornings. Any suggestions?
You may need to see a dentist to see if there is an issue. And you may want to try nasal pillows to remove pressure from the teeth. Some nasal pillow setups remove all pressure from the mouth area. That might be the trick that will help you.
Wow! that was pretty interesting. They say that dreams about your teeth falling out are the most common they hear about. Wild. I'd say the most likely explanation there was about power. Life seems to get away from me.tattooyu wrote:Did you know that the "teeth falling out" dream is very common? I don't buy too much into dream analysis, but it's interesting that a lot of people have them.
Here's just one example of analysis of that dream.
http://dreammoods.com/cgibin/teethdream ... teethintro
|Mask: OptiLife Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear|
|Additional Comments: Machine: ResMed C-Series Tango|