Expert Interview: Expert Help For Your CPAP Problems with Nicole Garrison of Philips Respironics

This month, I interview Ms. Nicole Garrison, Clinical Specialist for Philips Respironics, to answer your questions about your most common CPAP problems. She answers the following questions:

#1.  What can I do about skin irritation/breakdown on my nose/face?

#2. How can I stop the pressure leaks, & are there options for mask discomfort?

#3.  I feel like I cannot exhale against the pressure, what can I do?

#4. Do I have any options if I cannot tolerate the pressure during inhalation and exhalation?

#5.  Why am I waking up with my mask off next to me?

#6.  What can I do about dryness/dry mouth?

#7. What if I do not feel better, even with wearing CPAP every night?

And many more…

 

Topic: Expert Help For Your CPAP Problems with Nicole Garrison of Philips Respironics

 

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5 thoughts on “Expert Interview: Expert Help For Your CPAP Problems with Nicole Garrison of Philips Respironics

  1. I do appreciate your active interest in those you wish to help. However, since I have too little oxygen (hypopneas), I do intend to listen in but fall asleep, forget. Quality of Life could be better but strong Scottish stock and stubborn character….!
    I refused meds for Parkinsons/Epilepsy in 1993 (f I do not have P/E why take it) and was Rx’d imovane on relinquishing the CPAP – half only a few days………….
    I am way past your help because my second specialist(2006?) ruled out OAS (4 only). I call it “central” sleep apnea………?
    At 82 I am still having legal discussions in French,night-driving in ferocious snow storms after dark, looking after myself, insisting on gardening. Am still trying to get medical profession help. Do not to want to die, just because of hypopneas. idm