Yes and as the day wears on it gets worse. Initially, in AM it is fine until about noon (the worst part of the
day is 3-4PM. I feel as though I have been heavily sedated.
Initially, the study showed 58 events per hour and now it is .4 so I would think my fatigue would be
My reports from ResMed at MyAir have been excellent so am disappointed things are not much better
BUT I discussed this with my naturopath who was the reason for my having had the sleep study and
he said it can take weeks for you to feel better given how long I have had apnea
I leave it on automatic......and have had no issues
with the amount of heat/humidity
Have you checked MyAir to see if there is a leak problem creating your dry mouth?
I use a ResMed Air 10 (mask is a Swift Fit Nano For Her)...Each night when I initially put my mask on
(it is set for automatic which begins low and increases pressure as time wears on)
I notice tiny wisps of air escaping through my lips (mouth is closed). I finally gave up and put on a chin guard and that did nothing to improve it. It still had tiny wisps of air escaping.
I finally gave up and put on a chin guard I found in my drawer sometime ago (they sent it to me
initially). I did not use it figuring that I would learning quickly from MyAir if I was a mouth breather
My reports overall have been high 90s (mostly due to hours) and night before last 100 so I am not
a mouth breather.
Are these tiny wisps of air normal?