Speak to your doctor. It may take longer to acclimate to the oral interface or negative pressure.
Some patients need stronger negative pressure to stabilize the soft tissue. Check with your doctor and also know that poor sleep quality may have multiple causes not due to the collapse of the airway.
Articles in this section
- How to decide when to change pressure?
- How to change the pressure setting on iNAP?
- I'm still snoring. Does it mean iNAP doesn't work for me?
- How do I position the oral interface in my mouth correctly?
- How do I achieve negative pressure when using my iNAP?
- Do you have respiratory expansion devices to recommend?
- How do I know how well the treatment is working?
- I am not noticing any improvement in my sleep quality or snoring. What can I do?
- I have difficulty sleeping with a foreign object in my mouth. What can I do?
- How to prevent the oral interface from falling out? How to keep it in the mouth?