That's why one needs to trial test as many masks as possible during the trial period. Another tip is to wear your mask while one is awake to get comfortable with it and don't tighten the mask straps too much...as loose as possible while keeping the leaks to a minimum.Driftwood wrote: ↑Jul 10th, 2018 8:14 pmI could never get used to wearing the mask, would end up ripping it off in the middle of the night. Ended up getting a UPPP done (https://www.verywellhealth.com/what-is- ... ty-1192060) and now I'm pretty much cured. Its only effective in certain circumstances. (80% chance it would work for me) You'll need to consult a specialist.
I rotate my several different masks...a few days to a week each time. Some are more claustrophobic than others. Others can cause pressure marks on the nose bridge. Strap marks on the cheek can be problematic too.