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Forum has helped...but now next step to improve
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RE: Forum has helped...but now next step to improve
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Yes, the CPAP pillow has that elevation in the center, and on occasion, usually when I've woken, but fell asleep for a little bit of time early in the morning lying on my back, I can see the clusters of O and CA events. So yes, I would still need my cervical collar, but, would use a flatter pillow to compensate for the rise on the CPAP pillow.

I'm a bit interested in trying sleeping on my back with the F&P Brevida, with the cervical collar, to see if that respiration curve improves. But I've been having really great night's sleep with the N20 that I'm waiting for a day that I can be a vegetable after a bad night's sleep, ha.

Last night I had a 0 AHI, as well as 0% of any events, night. Feel really good today.
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