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last night i tried a room humidifier

and although i had a bad night i dreamed dreams, it was nice to do that 

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Are you not getting enough humidity from your CPAP, 99?  Yes, it's nice to dream.  Sorry it was a bad ight, what happened?

i do not have a CPAP  humidifier, very difficult for it to be prescribed

i have had several sleepless nights

purchased a room humidifier arrived monday

first use of humidifier Monday night although again sleepless i somehow dreamed beautiful dreams

Why can't you get a CPAP humidifier prescribed 99?

therapist did not like idea

November buy my own

Bet the therapist doesn't suffer OSA themselves.  That's disgusting as you should have got one free on the NHS :(

99, you may need to look at a new therapist, I have never used a CPAP without a humidifer and heated hose and from what I've heard don't really want to.

i live in the UK and the NHS (National Health Service) do not work that way

Terry Vella said:

99, you may need to look at a new therapist, I have never used a CPAP without a humidifer and heated hose and from what I've heard don't really want to.

Who are you with 99?  People over on our UK forum haven't said of problems getting a humidifier from their NHS clinics, although they do often have to ask as they're not always offered them without requesting them.

ROYAL GLAMMORGAN HOSPITAL LLANTRISANT 

KATH BRUCE

I don't have particular experience with this hospital 99, but I've not heard of any who have refused to give out a humidifier when needed.  Might be worth asking again, as you are entitled to one.

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