... any way to keep this from happening?
I had this problem. They sell a chin strap (a couple of styles) that you put on on top of your mask. This holds your mouth shut so you breath through your nose. I did that for a few years then found a great soft mask that covered nose & mouth (& had vents in case of power failure) & it worked great! Problem solved. Hope one of those works for you.
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