Thank you for the information. Unfortunately, I am stuck with this machine for the time being. I am going to be optimistic here and hope it does work, and provides me with good therapy. If it doesn't then I guess I will cross that bridge when I get there.
(07-08-2015, 08:38 PM)TyroneShoes Wrote:(07-08-2015, 03:09 AM)mzdawn74 Wrote: ...Now that I've been found to have sleep apnea I am hoping that by treating it some of these symptoms will improve...
The good news is....
That the news is all good. It is very likely that xPAP therapy can improve potentially all of your issues. Maybe not all that much for a few of them, but very likely for most.
And the other good news is that there is little chance of a downside. Sleeping with the mask is not something non-users ever look forward to, but you get used to it, and it is nothing after a while. But that is about the worst of it; there is nothing about this therapy that is invasive or harmful in most cases. Intraocular pressure issues? Maybe. Otherwise, you are golden.
Look forward to improvement. And try the mask with the congestion; sometimes it actually improves even that. And in a few months, you will wish you got this therapy sooner.
I love your positivity! I am starting back again tomorrow with my P10 nasal pillows. Thank you for your support.