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Having trouble adjusting to CPAP. Any advice?
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(03-05-2015, 12:20 PM)SleepyDoc Wrote: Yeah, I was looking at my sleep report when I was responding. I had no recorded OSAs, light snoring, and my AHI was a result of a small number of CSAs, and a large number of hypopneas.

I'll take a look at sleepyhead, thanks for the recommendation.

Definitely watch the CSA with SleepyHead. CSA can get worse with CPAP for some people.

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Csa's do increase for some in the beginning of apnea. One study on pudmed says for many, they will go back down by 8 weeks on avg.

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