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[Health] Coffee / Caffeine
#1
I've been addicted to coffee since I first started university 10 years ago!

I was wondering how coffee/tea has affected you. Did your caffeine consumption change after CPAP?
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#2
No effect on my therapy; consumption has not changed. Some welcome weight loss, however.
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#3
I've started drinking too much coffee again recently. Our old DeLonghi machine gave up after a lingering death and we bought a Breville Oracle and discovered Woogie beans. Now it's coffee at every opportunity. I need to reduce my intake, I think.
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#4
My SIL bought hubby & I a Keurig machine several years ago and hubby said "Oh, I will never use it as much as you do." Yeah right.........now we buy 3 gallons of distilled water a week just to make sure I have enough distilled H2O for my cpap and he has enough for tea or coffee. I also drink too much coffee, just need a bit of energy to start my day.
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#5
IV my coffee please.....


Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Access through wifi with FlashPAP or Sleep Master utilities.

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#6
I have changed my coffee practice but not due to CPAP. I have just found that if I drink coffee too late in the day, I have trouble going to sleep at bedtime. I used to drink coffee constantly right up to going to bed and had no problem getting to sleep. Not any longer but I backed off on the coffee before CPAP.

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#7
I don't drink much coffee ... a cup during the day, when out
I like drinking tea, tea is refreshing drink

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#8
I drink a large cup in the morning - I did that before CPAP and it's no different now. I love that cup in the morning, but that's all I drink. Caffeine isn't good for people who have Gerd.
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#9
That's true. I had one cup this morning and have heartburn already. Hello ranitidine...


Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Access through wifi with FlashPAP or Sleep Master utilities.

I wanted to learn Binary so I enrolled in Binary 101. I seemed to have missed the first four courses. Big Grinnie

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#10
Distilled water for coffee? Dont-know
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