Wow, I never thought of the room temp vs hose temp. I think that could be. The last couple days it's been a bit warmer so it's not so cold in the bedroom and it's not as bad. I will look at a hose cover and find a way to hang the hose different. Thank you!!!!!!
Thanks for all the info. Maybe I just need to find a different brand of mask. Do they all fit the hoses? I don't remember having this issue with too much moisture until about October. So I'm not sure what changed for me.
Again, thanks for all the information you've passed on to me.
Not sure exactly the meaning of your question. I have TMJ and CPAP. I have a bite splint, or mouth guard depending on what you want to call it. I don't have issues with the combination of either ailment. I have more problems with my CPAP fitting right.
Does this help at all?
I started with a nasal mask. I like it well enough but I get condensation inside and it wakes me up a lot. I have humidity set at 1 and temp as low as I can at 60 and still get it. Any way I can get that to stop without turning off all the humidity?
I recently got a pillows mask. I am not sure I like it as whether I use the medium or small it makes my nose sore. I like the pillows mask alright.
I just need to know if there is a way to stop the nasal mask from getting so wet inside, or is there someway to set pillows so my nose doesn't get sore? I can't do a full face mask because I get claustrophobic with it.
Thanks in advance for advice.