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[Diagnosis] Sleep Apnea
#11
Hi Newbie 2016


Thanks for your reply. 

Being new in this journey, I do not know how to recognise what is acceptable, 'normal' or common. Only thing I know is that despite waking up at least once every hour for the first 3 hours of the night and then every 2 or 3 hours till I have to wake up for work I feel better than when I don't use the mask.

I don't enjoy the Resmed full face mask (it leaks too much) and am looking to change to the much heralded P10. Have to go for a fitting. Many are suggesting to get a few sizes to ensure a choice should one not fit. Using the mask is better than not but I still feel exhausted every day.

I look forward to sleep as I used to have-ie deep restful sleep.......

Will this ever happen again?
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#12
give it 2 months before the body gets use to all the little cpap quirks. I had one rule for myself, keep the mask on.,.,no excuses
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