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Author:  Bearguy87 [ Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:56 pm ]
Post subject:  On the last nerve,,,

So i have been through over 12 masks, and feel like Ill never find a good one, I had a goodish event with the F30 but it was for 1 night and after that it went down hill. Most of the masks pinch various parts of my nose and I tried prong ones and the tubes were too big. I really wanna try the mirage liberty but over 200 bucks holds me back... I was wondering if anyone has seen any others similar to the mirage liberty, I know theres one called the hybrid or something but hear its bad... With nasal masks I can't catch my breath, or they are too tight... with mouth masks I breath great but cannot stand my nose covered and noticed I tended to wake up thinking I was being smothered... so Ive been trying full face and they either pinch my nose in ways I feel like its covered, or my mouth sticks out from the mouth part...

Author:  SkinnyFemale [ Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: On the last nerve,,,

I tried 6 or 7 masks, full face and nasal. Hated every one until I found Philips Respironics DreamWear nasal. Nasal cushion rests under the nose. There are no prongs sticking into your nose. Just a soft flat surface with a hole for the air. Hose attaches at the top of your head and one strap around the back. This is the only one I find comfortable. Maybe if you feel air hunger you need a higher ramp pressure. Would google it and take a look at least. Working great for me. Good luck.

Author:  Daniel Gagner [ Tue Sep 17, 2019 11:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: On the last nerve,,,

SkinnyFemale wrote:
I tried 6 or 7 masks, full face and nasal. Hated every one until I found Philips Respironics DreamWear nasal. Nasal cushion rests under the nose. There are no prongs sticking into your nose. Just a soft flat surface with a hole for the air. Hose attaches at the top of your head and one strap around the back. This is the only one I find comfortable. Maybe if you feel air hunger you need a higher ramp pressure. Would google it and take a look at least. Working great for me. Good luck.



Ditto on this mask.....

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