bopfletch wrote:Ok, so last night I kept waking up breathing out of my mouth. I would go to sleep breathing through my nose, but when I woke up the air was rushing in my nose and out of my mouth. I suspect this defeats the purpose of the CPAP if you are essentially releasing the pressure through your mouth.
I have the swift nasal pillows. When I got them I asked the RT about mouth breathing, and she told me that a lot of people are able to train themselves to breath from there nose instead of mouth.
So does anyone have any good pointers on how to "train" yourself to breath through your nose?
When i am conscious, I do it no problem, but how to I teach my unconscious self to keep my mouth shut?
jerryhinton wrote: ..... PS No snoring at all now - the neighbors spent all that money on insulation for nothing.
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