I got my CPAP 2 weeks ago but I am having trouble adjusting to it. While I am inhaling and exhaling it seems the CPAP is disrupting my flow of air, causing me to gag. When I am exhaling, before I complete the exhale it seems like it is trying to blow air back into me. This is causing me some breathing problems and when I am asleep I keep waking up because of the disruption. This in turn makes me even more drowsy during the daytime, even worse than the original apnea problem. I was thinking of stopping the CPAP but after googling CPAP problems I found that this sometimes happens with people who use the CPAP. They suggest using a BiPAP machine instead which will better help with a person's breathing. I was wondering if anyone had a problem using the CPAP and eventually switched to a BiPAP and if it was an acceptable solution to a sleep apnea problem. For the others who use the CPAP, how do you handle the disruptions or did your body just get used to the CPAP?