WindFlyer wrote:My wife told me that I started snoring last night even though I had my mask/machine on and there were no leaks. My first reaction is that I need to turn my pressure up (I run a straight CPAP currently set at 17cm) but my wife said that having the pressure up too high might cause more apneas. Is this true? I thought if I was snoring with my mask on and no leaks, I need to turn the pressure up.
Good to see you again, WF.
WindFlyer wrote: my wife said that having the pressure up too high might cause more apneas. Is this true?
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