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At 2:15pm on February 4, 2011, Deborah Williams said…

I'M going back into hospital on 2/8 for another sleep study..i still can't sleep on my back even with my BIPAP i still feel as though i'm suffocating & tightness in my chest & light

headed as i'm lying on my back..but also on the 1/24 i ended up in the E/R as i'd sprained my right knee in my sleep & bruises on my left leg..i couldn't believe it when the dr in the E/R said that you must have done all this in your sleep..never had that before..has anybody else had anything like this? go to bed ok then wake up to injuries unknown how there done??

At 2:05pm on February 4, 2011, Deborah Williams said…
thank you for your friendship :)
At 10:55am on January 30, 2011, terry lee holden said…
IS THIS A MASK JUST COVERS THE MOUTH IF SO CAN SOME SEE ME A PIC TO MY E=MAIL PLS terry_holden37030@yahoo.com TY
At 9:02pm on May 4, 2010, Meriam San Antonio said…
I was diagnosed of having sleep apnea. I've been wearing a CPAP for almost two years now but it seems I still have the symptoms: early morning headaches, fatigued, sleepiness, forgetfulness and trouble concentrating. Recently, I was moved to a new unit where I have to re-learn new stuff and my errors rates has increased. I was having problems comprehending and forgetting details. I was talked to at work by my supervisor and Manager that I will subjected to a disciplinary action or possible dismissal due to my poor work performance as I do not meet their standards. Somebody suggested to file an ADA claim due to my medical condition. I went to see my doctor as I am getting so stressed, my blood pressure goes up, and would have anxiety attacks because of this. My doctor doesn't think that it is caused by sleep apnea but a work adjustment issue. But I know what my body is telling me. To file an ADA claim, I need a medical verification that I am being treated of having sleep apnea but my doctor said that she cannot help me on this. What should I do?
At 3:36pm on January 6, 2010, Sara Nystrom said…
I'm new here. There is a new product out (Sleep Comfort Care Pad) that helps decrease skin breakdown & also helps with leakage. Anyone heard of this?
At 10:13pm on December 1, 2009, KAL said…
I have had a comfort gel nasal mask for 6 years, when I tried to change to nasal pillows, it didn't work out for me. Has anyone been able to switch the mask interface and tollerate it? My sleep doctor said he could have saved me $$ because people can't switch from a mask to pillows. I ended up giving the pillows to my sister who also has sleep apnea
At 12:07pm on September 16, 2009, Cedric Lytton said…
I'm interested in finding out about sleep apnea and any type disibilities that might associated with this disorder. I have heard that you can apply for disability based on the severity of your sleep apnea.One reason I'm asking is even after what seems like a good nights sleep I'm still tired,sleeply and restless.
At 11:49am on September 12, 2009, susan mccord said…
There's a new woman on here named Belinda--I want to send her a friend request but I can't find her anywhere. She replied in Discussion describing, among other things, he problems with congestion on CPAP. I can really relate to that !, but I can't find her....can you help??
At 6:57pm on September 8, 2009, Mack D Jones, MD, SAAN said…
Dear SleepGuide Crew,
My book "Deadly Sleep" was published last week. I gave early electronic versions of the book away free of charge to interested parties for over a year, but discontinued the site when iUniverse printed the the latest and final version. I will say nothing more about it if there are rules against it. Thanks, Mack Jones.
At 6:22pm on June 5, 2009, Beth Menefee said…
I have had my BiPap machine since Oct. 30, 2008. My husband sleeps with a CPap machine. He sleeps all night and feels great the next morning. I sleep 2-3 hours, wake up and can't go back to sleep. I usually pull my mask off and finally nap. I am tired the next day. I am very frustrated and can't understand why I can't sleep. Help!! Beth
At 11:33am on May 15, 2009, Robert V Carsey said…
I have had my CPAP for over 7 years so glad my wife trick me to go to the doctor, I cant sleep with out it
At 4:05pm on April 18, 2009, BeeAsleep said…
THANKS!
At 3:19pm on April 18, 2009, BeeAsleep said…
Well, I don't really know where to look to find the answers to the question I asked on my newcomers discussion group. Will the post come to my page? thanks a bunch.
At 12:15pm on April 18, 2009, BeeAsleep said…
Thanks for creating a place where info junkies like me can find great sleep apnea info to make it through this big life transition.
At 3:39pm on March 22, 2009, susan finn said…
new here...glad I found the site!
At 3:06pm on March 18, 2009, Sally said…
Thanks Banyon, the mask was really uncomfortable for me but I'm determined to give it a good try. Several people that I know have them and say it makes a world of difference. HERE'S HOPING!!!!
Thanks again
At 2:58pm on March 16, 2009, countrygma said…
Hi all,

I'm looking for information about taping one's mouth at night. Is this done very often?

Thanks.
Pat
At 12:00am on January 27, 2009, Indigo Rhayne said…
Thanks for the warm welcome!
At 4:36pm on January 5, 2009, kellie said…
Really?? I was there over night and I thought it was pretty mild..wow..
At 4:19pm on January 5, 2009, kellie said…
I really haven't given the machine much use. The first few times I lasted one hour.
I know that I need to try it again because I'm having a hard time sleeping. I believe my apnea is pretty mild...I stopped breathing 32 times during my study.

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