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Do people respond to apneas differently?
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I'm new to all this SA stuff, but just this morning my wife told me that she is waking up now several times a night because I'm so still and sleeping quietly. Before, she said she'd wake up and wait for me to breathe, gasp and choke, and my snoring would keep her up as well.

I asked this morning if she'd rather I not use the machine so she could have the noise she's been used to for 20 years. She said absolutely not, that she'll get used to it.
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