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[CPAP] Your opinion on these machines...
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(01-30-2016, 10:33 AM)Geniale Wrote: .............. that I always sleep with my hands in front of my mouth, though I figure I may have to find a way to change that habit once I start PAP treatment!

Once you start on xPAP, this issue will take care of itself - your hands will be holding the hose to keep it out of the way when you roll over.

As for a Tap Pap, I haven't seen enough reviews to try it myself. Somehow, having something in my mouth through the night, does not sound too appealing to me... I could easily be wrong. Before I started on CPAP, if somebody told me that I'll be able to sleep with a mask on and not even notice the mask, I wouldn't believe it. Now, it's as natural to me as breathing itself.

Everything I post on this board is nothing more than an opinion expressed by an apneak. Normally, it's based on facts and experience but sometimes, I may get things wrong or not have all the facts.
I reserve the right to change my mind. Why? Because tomorrow I may know better.
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