CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. When you first wear a mask system with a flow of air blowing at you, there will be some things to get used to.
Soon you will be more familiar with the equipment and will be able to settle in to the therapy.
Here we have provided the most common experiences with therapy so that you know this is all typical. Of courseb, we encourage you to discuss your therapy with us so we can help you get settled sooner.
Eventually you will start to notice your energy improving, your daytime sleepiness will improve, you may even look different to your family and co-workers.
Consider your own personal symptoms, before you started, and watch for the changes. They may be dramatic, they may be subtle, but you will be physically and mentally healthier for getting a good night’s sleep!
Please refer to our Troubleshooting Guidelines if something doesn’t feel quite right or give your therapist a call. We are here to help you sleep better!*