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(02-12-2017, 02:06 PM)ppca Wrote: Louis R,

Thank you for these words of encouragement.

I see you are in Miami, so if you wanna switch with me, I could probably use a few months of sandy beaches, instead of pristine Canadian air, and inches and inches of snow. Too-funny Just kidding, it's not too bad here. Smile 

Cheers!

You are welcome dude!

FYI... Knowing Florida beaches as I do, the best beaches are in the panhandle, and our (wife and I) favorite one is at Destin. It has the clearest water and the whitest sand of any beach (Caribbean islands included). Miami Beach is not as good and it's way too overpopulated.

And as a crazy old angler, I envy the great fishing you all enjoy up there... whether it's coastal saltwater or inland freshwater fishing... don't get me started Coffee
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(02-05-2017, 08:10 PM)HL649 Wrote: Has anyone noticed if there is a connection between apnea events and dreaming?  It seems to me that when my apnea number is down I dream.  If the number is high I don't remember any dreams in the morning.

Yes! I haven't dreamed for years, and if I did, they were awful anxiety dreams. Since I started CPAP, I'm having nightly dreams, and they are usually peaceful.
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(02-12-2017, 03:14 PM)Debberz Wrote:
(02-05-2017, 08:10 PM)HL649 Wrote: Has anyone noticed if there is a connection between apnea events and dreaming?  It seems to me that when my apnea number is down I dream.  If the number is high I don't remember any dreams in the morning.

Yes! I haven't dreamed for years, and if I did, they were awful anxiety dreams. Since I started CPAP, I'm having nightly dreams, and they are usually peaceful.

Yes... that's one of the added benefits of CPAP therapy... plenty of dreams and pleasant ones for the most part... do I sound like a commercial Big Grin
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(02-12-2017, 03:25 PM)Louis R. Wrote:
(02-12-2017, 03:14 PM)Debberz Wrote:
(02-05-2017, 08:10 PM)HL649 Wrote: Has anyone noticed if there is a connection between apnea events and dreaming?  It seems to me that when my apnea number is down I dream.  If the number is high I don't remember any dreams in the morning.

Yes! I haven't dreamed for years, and if I did, they were awful anxiety dreams. Since I started CPAP, I'm having nightly dreams, and they are usually peaceful.

Yes... that's one of the added benefits of CPAP therapy... plenty of dreams and pleasant ones for the most part... do I sound like a commercial Big Grin
Lol!
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