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Helpful Solutions If You’re Still Snoring With CPAP

Helpful Solutions If You’re Still Snoring With CPAP

Snoring happens when the airflow through the nose and mouth is blocked. Airway blocking can be caused by many reasons including blocked nasal airways, a constricted sleeping position, or even poor muscle tone in the tongue or throat. Snoring with your CPAP machine indicates a problem with your sleep treatment, so don't hesitate to check it out.
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Fernando Courts

June 10, 2021
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  1. Helpful Solutions If You’re Still Snoring With CPAP

  2. Snoring happens when the airflow through the nose and mouth

    is blocked Airway blocking can be caused by many reasons including blocked nasal airways, a constricted sleeping position, or even poor muscle tone in the tongue or throat Snoring with your CPAP machine indicates a problem with your sleep treatment, so don't hesitate to check it out
  3. 4 Reasons Why You're Still Snoring With CPAP and How

    to Stop it
  4. High-pressure High-pressure settings can result in snoring and indicate your

    machine is having leaks Call your primary care physician or sleep care professional if your settings seem off You may need another titration performed to ensure your CPAP has the right pressure settings 1
  5. Improper breathing When you exhale through your mouth, you can

    create a snoring continuation that can contribute to morning headaches and even some digestive problems Breathing through your mouth, causes you to exhale more CO2 than normal causing an imbalance in body chemistry and blood flow You should get a full-face mask if you tend to breathe through your mouth 2
  6. Air leaks The air notches in the mask can cause

    leaks which negatively impact your sleep therapy by disrupting airflow To help solve leaks, you can try a new mask style or other mask accessories and varients like eye shields nasal pillow liners, or nasal gel pads 3
  7. Improper sleeping posture Sleeping on your back can obstruct air

    pressure in your CPAP equipment from clearing your airways Instead, swap your current sleeping postures and choose a mask made for side sleepers 4
  8. Thank you!