Wow, Rock Hinkle!!! I never realized we should adjust the bottom straps first!!! I've always done the top ones first.Thanks for that tip. I won't forget it.
I was never much of a one for "hearing" leaks, but I sure am sensitive to FEELING leaks! The only person who EVER suggested running the finger along the seam line between mask and face to seal the cushion was my sleep lab manager/owner who was the RRT/RPSGT who scored my first PSG evaluation, titration and MSLT tests years ago. AND it works!!! I'm delighted to see you do that too.
Rock Connor, I'm sure you have plenty of mask fitting tips you can share w/us as well. PLEASE do so!
Ill have to give that a try. About a week ago I bumped up my pressure and I have been having nothing but problems with leaks. It looks like the pressure increase might be working well but sometimes I will wake up because of a leaks blowing air into my eyes. When I go to sleep everything is fine but for some reason in the middle of the night things go wrong. I have been thinking of looking for a better mask or nasal pillows. Any recommendations?