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Hello,

m name is Loran and I am happy to have found this forum. It looks really great and I'm looking forward to discussing some of the sleep apnoea problems that are of interest to me.

Cheers
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#2
Welcome to the forum.
I have only had my CPAP machine for a few days. There are several people on this forum that can answer your questions, they have helped me a great deal already.
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#3
Thanks for the welcome Mikael, hope the first few days are going well Smile
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#4
Welcome Loran!

Do you have sleep apnea?
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#5
Welcome to the forums Loran. People here have been of great help to me...I also am fairly new here.
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#6
Welcome Loran. We'll help you all we can. Remember....there are no silly questions....just silly answers!
Ask away!!!!!
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#7
Welcome to the forum Loran. I am a new member also and have learned quite a bit in the last few days. There is a wealth of information here.
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#8
Welcome. The more I learn the more I learn there is to learn. Makes me feel pretty stupid sometimes. I used to think using the machine 100% of sleep time was all that was required, but if that sleep isn't good quality sleep you may still feel bad.
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