How has the CPAP worked for you ? Have you seen any other changes ?
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08-26-2016, 01:05 PM
(This post was last modified: 08-26-2016, 01:11 PM by Mosquitobait.)
Just wanted to add that the Airsense is not a BETTER machine than the S9. Simply a redesign from separate units to integrated. The algorithm remains the same. It is a FAR better machine than the previous S8. The Airsense for HER is better in the sense that it has a 3rd algorithm that is supposed to work better for women (and some men). Works for me as I don't wake up as much from changing pressures. BUT, I did get an S9 as a backup because I found the regular algorithm was just as effective.
The older S9's had a really crappy humidifier bin. They replaced the bin with these fold out holders to open - much improved.
Dizzy spells - I have bradycardia that is only apparent when laying down, but I would assume the sleep study would have showed that. Another cause is diabetes. Even if you are not yet diagnosed diabetic or even pre-diabetic, sudden changes in blood sugar can be problematic. Sudden change in blood pressure also does it. OK, that's my 2c worth.
A question for dizziness. When you are dizzy, does the room seem to spin or do you have trouble maintaining your balance?