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Low AHI. Still feel like crap
Low AHI. Still feel like crap
Hey everyone so after 3 months of using my CPAP Dreamstation, I believe I should be feeling better by now.

However, I don’t feel any better with my brain fog.
Feeling generally tired and run-down.  Never really feel energized.

I have attached my OSCAR report for the past three nights.

Any basic advice would be extremely helpful. 

I am thinking of changing my CPAP machine to a Resmed Airsense 10. Would that help?

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RE: Low AHI. Still feel like crap
I think a ResMed Airsense 10 auto set is a great machine.

To me it looks like you have a large leak problem.  What mask are you using?  The normal dreamwear?
Thank you,
Brent aka Factor

Just a Regular guy.
My untreated AHI was 87.  You can do it hang in there.
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