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    Quote Originally Posted by A.font401 View Post
    I have and use my cpap every night. Itís made a huge difference in my quality of life, mood, and attitude. I take it with my on vacations and everything.

    This. Quality of sleep is 1000% better. Took me about a month to get used to it though.

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    Yep had a cpap 4 years now downside itís squinted my nose slightly from being so tight mask leakage but the benefits outweigh that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    This. Quality of sleep is 1000% better. Took me about a month to get used to it though.
    Do you sleep on your back or your side or stomach?
    I think I need a cpap machine, but I am worried how I will be able to sleep comfortably with a damn device on your face.

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    I started with the Cpap machine 2 months ago. It has been the hardest thing for me to get comfortable with. I havenít had a night yet that Iíve made it through without waking up. I use it everyday, the app tracks the time I use it and it Varys some nights 1hr others 2.5. I wish I could get the magical asleep you guys talk about.

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    Those who use a Cpap do you still snore?I know snoring doesnít mean you have sleep apnea. But was wondering if it helped with snoring at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A/CMAN View Post
    I started with the Cpap machine 2 months ago. It has been the hardest thing for me to get comfortable with. I havenít had a night yet that Iíve made it through without waking up. I use it everyday, the app tracks the time I use it and it Varys some nights 1hr others 2.5. I wish I could get the magical asleep you guys talk about.
    I had the same issue...no magic sleep for me either. Bummer

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    Snoring has stoped at least while the nose strap is on my head. If you open your mouth it feels as if you are suffocating. Iím going to ask for the full face mask later this month when I go for a follow up visit.

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    I just swapped masks at a fitting today for a full face mask. While it might be slightly larger, sealing and breathing were 10 times better. Hoping for a better result and good night sleep tonight.

    I'll report back tomorrow...fingers crossed
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayhem124 View Post
    I just swapped masks at a fitting today for a full face mask. While it might be slightly larger, sealing and breathing were 10 times better. Hoping for a better result and good night sleep tonight.

    I'll report back tomorrow...fingers crossed
    Fingers crossed! Hope it works out for you. I ended up ordering the full mask since I tend to breath through my mouth. The machine I order is the resmed airsense auto. I have heard many good reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBear View Post
    Fingers crossed! Hope it works out for you. I ended up ordering the full mask since I tend to breath through my mouth. The machine I order is the resmed airsense auto. I have heard many good reviews.
    Thanks...I have the ResMed Airsense 10 Auto. Sounds like the same unit. The climate control is a nice feature if you get the right hose attachment to utilize that feature.
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    Whatís the best way to clean these things? A buddy was telling me something about a machine called so-clean, he puts it in every morning by his bedside?
    Iím expecting mine to be delivered this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greybeard View Post
    Whatís the best way to clean these things? A buddy was telling me something about a machine called so-clean, he puts it in every morning by his bedside?
    Iím expecting mine to be delivered this week.
    Thatís the easiest way to clean them and best way as well. Itís worth the money. And buy your replacement stuff from Amazon like mask, filters ect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skip Foursome View Post
    I sleep like a baby with CPAP, and that includes the face mask and lower jaw adjuster I use to further open my airway.

    Not discounting anybody's concerns because they are valid. But if you can get used to it, it's a game changer.
    Unfortunately for me I had to bail because I was maxing out every night. In fact it was forcing air into my stomach and I was waking up belching.
    It didn't work for me because my issue was much more severe, they want me to do a sleep study it's going to be several thousand dollars out of pocket
    I did okay with it for the first few weeks but then it made matters worse.
    A local friend was talking about some sort of contraption that a dentist invented, not sure if you heard of that but it's like a device that you put in your nose, you just wrap it around your head.
    I haven't seen it but I'm willing to try anything at this point because I'm sick of relying on prescription medication.

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    I cut out the tren and the acute obstructive sleep apnea went away.

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    I can tell mine has helped me greatly. Each morning by like 10 AM I was already exhausted/needing a nap from shit sleep.
    Took a bit to get used to, but now I have my old energy back, feeling 100% better using this thing. Took a few weeks to get used to, now its easy...
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