If you are prescribed auto cpap, then be prepared to look at the data, and take early action to point out the problem if the CA events continue to be prevalent. Regardless, you will still face the need to get accustomed and comfortable with the machine to be able to fall asleep just like everyone else. You need to accomplish that regardless of what machine you use, so be sure to find a mask interface you can live with. That is usually the biggest challenge for patients. Hopefully your doctor can get the technical stuff like CA sorted.
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