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On my journies thru different sleep forums, I see many people saying it's too hard to exhale with their PAP therapy.  I just posted a topic at the blog site:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Judy Jul 9, 2010.

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I've been writing about Sleep and CPAP for a few weeks now relating to my experience as a sleep tech.  Topics include mouth breathing, central apneas, CFlex, and the list goes on.  CPAP users from…Continue

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At 7:13pm on June 11, 2010, sleepycarol said…
Welcome to the forum!!

We are glad you joined. Here you will find information about sleep apnea, treatment options, and other sleep related disorders.

If you are fairly new to the world of sleep apnea, please check out the FAQ tab and under the Groups tab, the new users group and the collective wisdom section. You may find those of particular importance in learning the language often used on the forum, solutions to common issues patients may have, and other information you may find useful.

If you have been around the world of sleep apnea for a while, we hope you still find the site informative and of interest.

Please feel free to share your thoughts, ideas, comments, questions, etc.

Again, Welcome to the forum!!
At 10:15am on June 9, 2010, D. W. Conn said…
Welcome to Sleep Guide Forum. Looking forward to your post.

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