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I am beginning to love my cpap
#1
After 4.5 weeks I am getting used to this loaner of a machine and the nasal pillows. I can feel that it is doing me some good.

At this point my mind is associating the machine with a good quality sleep and looking forward to putting it on.

This was not the way I felt for the first 3 weeks, but I am happy with this progress today.
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#2
Hi kally,
It's great to hear that you are getting used to your machine, good job, keep up the good work.
trish6hundred
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#3
Good deal... I can't wait until I get to go to bed and really like the feeling of pulling the mask on an feeling the first rush of air ... But I'm weird.
OMMOHY
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#4
No.



You're not weird.





Really.
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#5
if you are weird, then I am weird too.
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#6
Congrats
Now, you're officially a hosehead ... through and through

Sleep-well
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#7
Congratulations! That is wonderful.
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