Why do I still snore while using my CPAP?

If you are opening your mouth while you’re asleep, you aren’t treating your sleep apnea. Your pressure setting may need to be adjusted or you may need a full-face mask.
Our registered staff will check your prescription to determine if there is a range allowing for an increase without having to consult your sleep specialist. For instance, if the current pressure setting is at 8 cmH²0 and your prescription reads: 8 cmH²0 +/- 1-2cmH²0, it would allow our staff to adjust the pressure between 6 and 10 cmH²0. If your current prescription does not allow for a pressure adjustment, your sleep physician will have to be consulted.
You may require a referral from your primary care physician to the sleep clinic if it has been more than a year since your last sleep clinic appointment.