"I talked to Kimberlie at the Novant Sleep lab last week (at Prince William Hospital) and she said they would not be holding any meetings this year but are planning to start holding meetings again next year. I'll let you know when we have…"
Hi All,First off, my apologies for not checking in for a long time.I've been using my Resmed S8 AutoSet II for almost 3 years! I feel great, have lost almost 30 lbs, am no longer sleepy during the day, sleep through the night, and have my short-term memory back.Yay!I've told my doctors that I'm the "poster child" for Sleep Apnea and CPAPs! It's been, and continues to be, such an amazing experience that I want everyone to know!Everything has been going well in CPAP-land, but in the last few…See More
I have been on CPAP since March 2008 and had a good AHI when I started therapy (under 5).Then my AHI started getting worse- for a while it stayed in the 20's, then we got it to the high teens. Nothing we did would help. My doctor said it was due to the meds I take. For a couple of years I just tolerated the high AHI. I did another sleep study and changed to an ASV machine. For two years I still had a AHI around 11-13. Then all of a sudden - a month ago I noticed my AHI was running five or…See More
"I rarely use the humidifier. I think it's less necessary during the summer when there is humidity.
I also switch between my mouth device and the APAP. I like each for different reasons. Not sure with which I sleep better, though.…"
"As of now I no longer have to use a chin strap. I am anxious about the sleep study. Wondering if I will be able to sleep WITHOUT the CPAP….even thought I hate it it is a part of every night now and is what I am used to.
Hi folks, I've just written and posted a new article on CPAP therapy at the site Squidoo.com. Would you mind taking a look and giving me feedback? Let me know if you have any suggestions or comments. Thanks everyone.
I think you've written an excellent article. It's well researched, thorough and interesting. but sadly is drawing attention away from this SG site where the article should have been posted you already have adverts and now this you want everything and that is not fair or just.
sure you want to make a living but do not be so obvious
99 the important thing is that the article got written, posted, and sleepguide received a link to it. There are many great apnea forums out there. I would suggest that you check a few of them out as they all have great information. Sleepguide is a great site and we need to keep up our diplomatic relations with the rest of the sleep community.