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New mouth device on the market
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I've been hearing advertising for this product over the past few days.  It's sold as something to help snoring, but as I look at the information it seems to me that it would work just as well as my…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by ZolliStar Jun 27, 2015.

If you have trouble falling asleep....

I thought that when I got my sleep apnea diagnosis, that -- at last! -- all my sleep problems had come to an end.Ha!I have trouble falling asleep. Indeed, I rarely feel sleepy at night although I do…Continue

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Non-invasion approach that can relieve mild sleep apnea
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Some people report that singing -- singing! -- really helps their sleep apnea. Dr. Stephen Park said that myology (which are exercises to strengthen muscles around the inside of one's mouth area)…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary Z Jul 28, 2014.


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I have Sleep Apnea
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If Machine Being Used, What Type? (e.g., Respironics M Series with A-Flex Auto-Adjusting CPAP)
Respironics REMstar
If Mask Being Used, What Type? (e.g., ResMed Activa Nasal Mask)
I'm in the process of changing masks from a ResMed Mirage Micro Nasal to a ResMed Mirage FX Universal

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At 8:39am on March 2, 2012, Mary Z said…

 ZolliStar, you have become an invaluable member of the forum  You not only put good informatiion out there, but write down the links, or tell us what you did and how it works.


Mary Z.

At 9:46am on January 12, 2012, Mary Z said…

Zollistar, did you know your two pieces of advice to a newbie has had over 900 views!

Mary Z.

At 11:59am on December 31, 2011, Mary Z said…

Zollistar, your comments are always welcome.  You are  right on point and an asset to the forum.  I'm trying to get more members posting to help the shy newbie and keep the forum varied and lively.

Mary Z.

At 8:35am on December 31, 2011, Mary Z said…

ZolliStar, Thanks for the email.  Haven't had a chance to read it yet, but am anxious to read the article.

Mary Z.

At 8:32am on December 31, 2011, Mary Z said…

ZolliStar,  as a member of the SleepGuide Crew I would like to welcome you to the forum.  We are all about sleep. Sleep, lack of sleep, sleep disorders, wakefulness disorders, diagnosis, treatment or not, problems with treatment, tips, success stories- anything you can think of about sleep.  We help navigate the support system of sleep professionals, DMEs, and family support.   This forum is a place to fill in gaps in your knowledge and help others do the same,  deal with treament problems such as mask fitting and using the machine through the night and using the machine while ill.

I hope you feel free to post, or just lurk

Mary Z.


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