ATCkeepsUsafe: My understanding is that users are more comfortable using the full face mask.
Shell Won: I smiled because of the video..
Brian Rodriguez: Extremely helpful. Thank you for this review.
Kevin menezes: Hi Lankylefty am just curious here ..do you have sleep apnea ? I love all your videos .
David Clausen: I have had this mask for a couple years, and have had fairly good success with it...the biggest prob that when my pressure ramps up to 20, I will get some leakage from one of the nasal pillows...clean mask and face are a must...it will also lose seal if you try to sleep on your side...I was going to try the cloth Anew Sleepweaver so I could be more of a side sleeper, but a lot of folk seem to have leakage...what do u think??
Michael Zell: Got this mask on order since my resmed quattro full facemask and I are just NOT getting along lately.
TheLankyLefty27: I'm more for not securing the mask and keeping it as loose as possible so that it is comfortable. I encourage people to hang the mask over the edge of their pillow so that leakage is prevented this way. Hopefully that makes sense.
A mouth guard for martial arts is an absolute yes! I have a video where I go over these. I tested some from CenturyMartialArts.com. They're very helpful in preventing mouth leaking.
WAYOUTOUTWAY: Thank you for informative video! I use this mask with Resmed S9-Autoset. Do you have any suggestions with regards to securing the mask for people who sleep on their side to prevent leakage? Also can I use mouth guard from martial arts with this mask?
AchtungTiger: how do you go about picking the right size?
Flourtownguy: I have had this mask for about a year. I originally had a different FF mask, but I switched for the reasons mention. I originally had problems with dry mouth and a sore area around my mouth with this mask. However, my body seems to have adjusted and these are as big a problem as they used to be. I also use some skin lotion both before I put on the mask and after removing the mask. This had helped with sore/red areas and itchiness.
TheChad M: Man I cant thank you enough! Very informative and helpful! Very good videos...subscribed, thanks again.
Brian Basham: Hey real quick..can you use this without the nasal inserts? Thanks for the video.
TheLankyLefty27: Just checked. Looks like the sound is fine on my end. Make sure your computer speaker volume is turned up as well as the YouTube sound volume to the right of the play button.
If that doesn't work then ear buds or earphones can help. Hope it works for you.
TheLankyLefty27: I HEAR THAT!!! Pun not intended. Okay....I lied. It was intended......
Sorry about that. I test these out with ear buds and the sound is great. I may have to test using my "less than acceptable" laptop speaker system. Free CPAP Advice just doesn't pay well. :^)
You may want to try earphones or earbuds to see if the sound quality improves. I'll see what I can do on my end. Oh YouTuuuuuubbbbbbbeeee!!!!!
Michael Daugherty: my complaint is with too low sound recording of video!! Raised to max on my device and stii could not hear it unless I held it up to my ear. Very annoying bcos I really wanted to hear and view it!!!
john doe: Hello Jason,
Got an opinion the Sleep Weaver Nasal Mask?
I am thinking about getting one. It looks almost to comfortable. I wonder about leaks as a side 95% side sleeper 5% back sleeper. Any information good or bad about it from anyone is welcome. reply to my email below. Thanks for doing these videos Jason. They are very helpful.
Jay Brown: Thanks for this info, I have a full face mask with the bridge adjuster, but after a few days my noise has become tender and vary painful. this mask you have shown may be the key for me.
Martin Kolar: chin strap available from your cpap supply? You'll better train to keep mouth closed. That is 'dry throat' has happened in my experience. Just an idea.
Yvonne Notman: good video and explanations.....i would suggest keeping lips together when putting mask on so you avoid your lips sticking to the inner part of cushion (end up smiling all night )
TheLankyLefty27: Sorry for the late response, I don't check the youtube channel much. If you want a quick response you may want to join my forum.
For pain and soreness you can use a water based lubricant like KY jelly on the inside of your nostrils prior to putting the pillows in. Also make sure that the nasal pillows aren't being jammed up into your nose. You can adjust the height of the pillows if the rest of the mask is in a good position.
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