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I actually think that cpap teaches your body to sleep again. At first my AHI started out around 5 and has gone down to less than .050 every night. Or it allows the body to feel that sleep is ok again.

I strongly believe that I had eye strain the first week due to my body going into REM sleep normally as it should. Crazy, maybe. Wink

Increasing the minimum pressure has decreased my snoring episodes.
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Good to hear you are adjusting so well. Smile
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Hi Cbarrios,
Keep up the good work.
It's great to hear that you are getting adjusted to your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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