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2 month on CPAP but still getting too much dreams.
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2 month on CPAP but still getting too much dreams.
Hi,
I was diagnose with AHI 8.7 PRDI is 16.6
I have purchased CPAP self and started the treatment.

My original problem was I am getting too much dream in the sleep and did not feel refresh in the morning.
I need to take nape to be active in evening.
Dreams are like movie story and running for the full night. I usually remember all the dreams and wake up 3-4 times in a night.

After CPAP start the dream was stopped for 4-5 days but then again started.
After CPAP I feel little bit better. I do not need nape in after noon. I feel little bit active. But still I did not feel 100% better. I have attached my OSCAR report. Can you please guide me some suggestion to do in my CPAP machine ?

           
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