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[CPAP] Solved my struggle with CPAP
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Solved my struggle with CPAP
Ive been struggling for many years with my CPAP which resulted in me always stopping the machine and never use it.

I tried everything from buying all kind of masks and checking my sinuses for allery because I cant breath.

But after I bought Resmed Autoset 10 all of the sudden I feel comfortable!!

Is it actually the machine itself that made this change?

If you are struggling and nothing works, maybe you should try a different machine..
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RE: Solved my struggle with CPAP
It could well be the new machine that is making you more comfortable.  I too recently switched from the Dreamstation to a Resmed and can hardly believe how much more comfortably I am sleeping.  I love my new machine!  like
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