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First Night
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(04-18-2014, 07:02 AM)sibertiger Wrote: First night completed......

This takes some getting used to, I can see. Awoke feeling tired still, but that is normal from what I've seen here.

From SleepyHead: (Wow this machine tracks a bunch of stuff, not sure what's important)
Some Highlights
Logged time of 6.5 hrs
Overall AHI of 4.07
Total Leaks: 48

Sounds like mask needs further adjustments.
Hi sibertiger,
Yeah, CPAP therapy can take some getting used to and it is a common thing to feel tired after the first night, but it sounds like you are off to a good start other than the tired feeling. Over time, that will get better.
Just hang in there and ask as many questions as you need to help you understand the therapy.
Best of luck to you.
trish6hundred
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