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Did you start looking better?
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and when? After over 4 weeks I THINK I look better, but it is hard to use my own perspective. Anyone else think they look better?
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ha ha, I should have taken before and after photos.
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Dark circles under my eyes are gone! Don't know when that happened, maby after a couple months.
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(06-28-2015, 05:40 PM)justMongo Wrote: [Image: useless.gif]

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My eyes are still puffy. Of course, it is still allergy season here.

And I've gained 10 lbs since starting CPAP. Doubt I look "better" Wink

Dave
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I hear I got more beautiful inside. The quattro tells me so. But maybe that's only a mirage?
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(06-28-2015, 05:30 PM)kally Wrote: and when? After over 4 weeks I THINK I look better, but it is hard to use my own perspective. Anyone else think they look better?

Baby, I ALWAYS looked good! Now angels swoon when I pass bye...

To quote the Great and Holy Fonz: "Aaayyyyy!" Thumbs-up-2
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#9
Every so often, I have to reduce the pressure on my CPAP just to be able to leave the house without getting mobbed by the hot babes.

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I didn't really notice a lot of difference in anything when I started CPAP. I think I got worse over time, and about 5 years later, I screwed up the pressure settings on my CPAP and felt like death warmed over and probably looked like Voldemort with a hangover.

I bet I looked a lot better after fixing my pressure settings. I also got an APAP and self-adjusted to a higher pressure.
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#10
It does seem reasonable that getting a nights quality rest is going to improve one's attitude and physical heath so I imagine you are correct to feel you look better.
I use my PAP machine nightly and I feel great!
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Rise Time x3 Fixed Bi-Level EPAP 9.0 IPAP 11.5 (cmH2O)
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