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#11
If everyone would come out of hiding and put there place of habitat in the area called ""location"" in their profile. We just might make a new friend.
Yesterday is history; Tomorrow is a mystery; Today is a gift; Thats why its called "The Present".
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I live in beautiful downtown Northwest Indiana, in Hooterville... er I mean Hoosierville. (not a real place, but rather a state of mind).

My real name is Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones, Jr., and I'm a retired Archaeology Professor.

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(12-09-2012, 10:17 PM)SuperSleeper Wrote: I live in beautiful downtown Northwest Indiana, in Hooterville... er I mean Hoosierville. (not a real place, but rather a state of mind).

My real name is Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones, Jr., and I'm a retired Archaeology Professor.

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Eat-popcorn

Uhh, sorry about this Indy; but, you probably should have retired BEFORE that whole Crystal Skull thing. Oh-jeez

I prefer to remember you as the good ol' Temple of Doom and Raiders of the Lost Ark Indy.

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(12-09-2012, 10:17 PM)SuperSleeper Wrote: My real name is Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones, Jr., and I'm a retired Archaeology Professor.

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so you,re svensker Coffee
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#15
Hi,
and thank you very much for wellcoming me to this forum.
I have only used CPAP for 25 days so I`m very much in the
beginning of my CPAP testing.
Yesterday I finally got the SleepyHead working so I have spent
several hours to try find out how little i understand.

Yes I live in the south of Sweden and I have during this autumn
been several times at the local hospital to (hopefylly) get the best
solution for my sleeping problem.
The start was that I decreased my weight with 10 kg so my
snooring was reduced.
The next thing I did was to buy an App for my Iphone for recording
my sleep.

SEVET
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#16
(12-09-2012, 12:48 PM)SEVET Wrote: Hi,
As a new member I am interested to know where all members live.
I live myself in Sweden and is of course interested if other members
come from my country.

Oh hey there, Sevet. I'm in Canada. When I was in high school, a classmate became an exchange student in Sweden and regularly reported back about his experiences. After high school I never heard from him again.

Quote:I´m also quite new with the CPAP system so I`m looking much in this
forum to read about the problem.

Oh it's an adventure. Not all of us would choose to take this adventure but we all live with it. Fortunately, being new to CPAP it usually means things can only get better for you.
I used the same antiquated machine for 14 years and find that modern ones are superior in almost every way.

Quote:I will later send some info about my experience of using CPAP items.
I have today imported my data to the SleepyHead to find out my
way to get a better quality of life.

And better it will be. Eventually. Few things worthwhile can be rushed according to warped wisdom. I guess there really is some truth to it.

-Sean
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(12-09-2012, 02:08 PM)HILLTOPPER Wrote: I live in the united states of america... My state is jawja.Too-funny

Love your cute accent, darling.
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