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#1
Hi all, I found this forum looking for instructions to change settings on my new dream station.

I can't tell how happy I am finding this forum. 
I had old cpap machine for 3 years. Air pressure at 8. Never feeling good for the 3 years. Had an operation 1.5 year ago, removing polyps and correcting the nose wall. Still no change. So finally the gave me this new philips dreamstation station auto cpap with humidifier. Pressure auto from 5-20. My first night now and a see pressure have been at 12.5. Wow, I have now hopes to get a better life. I have ever read a bit, I will read a lot more. Wow. I can't say how happy I am right now.

JUST wanted to share, I will look for software to get more data. Also will try to get the best settings for my new machine.

Happy new guy ?☺
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#2
G'day Daniel - welcome to Apnea Board.

The use of software to monitor your progress is pretty much essential. We recommend SleepyHead, which was written by an apnea patient for apnea patients. It will give you heaps of information.

It's really good that you've found a successful machine and setting. Please stick around and share your experiences.
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#3
Bienvenido Daniel,

Gracias a este foro, "ya soy un experto", pese de siete años soportando el "Brick" que nos suministra la Seg Social jajaja.

Si necesitas ayuda enviame un privado y charlamos por telefono.

Saludos

Perchas

Welcome Daniel,

Thanks to this forum, "I am already an expert", despite seven years supporting the "Brick" provided by the Seguridad Social lol.

If you need help, send me a private one and we'll talk on the phone.

regards
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#4
Get Sleepyhead software (free)  it is beyond excellent and most of the posters here use it.  Sii my signature for how to.  Pay attention to the section on organization, it gets the real important stuff on top.
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#5
Hi Danielk,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you as you continue your CPAP therapy and I hope you like your new machine.
Hang in there for more responses to your post.
trish6hundred
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