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The tricky part would be that you have to start both CPAP's simultaneousy I have a few friends that need this device and even take it on bike and camping trips, and I have not heard any noise coming from tents, so my guess is that it is an older machine and needs to be updated and upgraded.

I guess those of us that do not need to use sleeping aids when in bed are just the lucky ones, and I count my blessings that I do not have this problem.

I use Howard Leight foam earplugs at concerts and they are both comfortable and address a broad spectrum.

For those of you who don't know, a CPAP machine is a gentle air compressor that uses positive air pressure and a snug-fitting face mask to help chronic snorers and people with sleep disorders get a consistent air flow through their mouth while sleeping at night. equipment on your face when you're trying to breathe instinctively at night is not an easy thing to get used to doing, so a lot of people struggle and 'fight' the thing for the first few weeks, like exhaling too strongly and forcing the unit to ramp up the pressure and the noise along with it.

Human can adapt to sleeping with all kinds of distractions eventually.

It took me about 3-4 weeks in college to get used to fire trucks and police cars crossing the bridge under my dorm window at all hours of the night, but I did eventually.

Don't know about a cpap machine, but I can tell you I wore foam earplugs every night with my ex because he snored like a freight train.

It actually became a kind of Pavlovian thing - putting them in signaled it was time to sleep and ended up actually helping me fall asleep (always had trouble with that).

Having a dislocation in my nose (thanks to a straight on head butt from an autistic teen), I look at those pictures and think "Ahhh, how nice it would be to get a good nights sleep with all that oxygen" I don't think I could sleep well with something like that on my face, though.

I seriously believe a LOT of people who complain of not sleeping well with snorers probably have sleeping disorders of their own.

An added benefit was the air tube cover warmed the mist to prevent cold water dripping into her nose at night. There are lots of things you can do, as others have outlined... and some people may scoff at the idea of separate bedrooms, but that and even separate houses are still within the realm of healthy relationships and marriages. A CPAP keeps your partner alive and healthy, and the air sounds are better than the noise of snoring. (Try CPAP.com) The covers do help muffle the Darth Vader whoosh-whoosh sound of air in the hose.

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