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How to improve therapy

Issue Time:2019/5/10   Read the number:4

How to improve therapy


In order to improve the comfort and quality of your therapy, we have developed this material. While education and support may not improve the quality and comfort of your therapy, they can greatly improve the way you feel about your therapy and improve your commitment to sticking with it. We encourage you to consult your health professional for advice.


Getting the most from CPAP therapy

While some people adjust immediately to sleeping with positive airway pressure, many find the change difficult. Some give up and allow a serious health problem to worsen. Some carry on with treatment—all the while believing that there must be some way to improve their therapy. If you are one of these people, then we have good news: you're right. Therapy can be more comfortable and more effective.

  • Consider the goal of therapy. It's simple. You want to stop the effects of your sleep apnea and allow yourself to get healthy sleep
  • Use your therapy whenever you sleep, day or night. Generally speaking, the more you use therapy, the more you will achieve in managing your sleep apnea
  • Make sure that your mask is comfortable and there are no leaks between your face and the mask. Your therapist would be pleased to help you pick the best mask for your individual case. And, if the first mask doesn’t work for you, your therapist can show you alternatives
  • Many patients find that using heated humidification with their CPAP makes their therapy much more comfortable. Ask your therapist about the merits of humidification, particularly if your mouth feels dry during the night, you experience nasal congestion, or you breath through your mouth while your sleep

How to improve therapy


in order to improve the comfort and quality of your therapy, we have developed this material. While education and support may not improve the quality and comfort of your therapy, they can greatly improve the way you feel about your therapy and improve your commitment to sticking with it. We encourage you to consult your health professional for advice.