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Some help needed
#1
my 7 year old Resmed CPAP quit working last night. Apparently I am very dependent on it, as I can't sleep. It's a Sunday, thus unable to start the process of getting a new one til tomorrow (Monday)

Am expecting a few sleepless nights w/o CPAP. Any suggestions on how to[/quote][/code][/php][/size][/font] cope with not having the CPAP?
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#2
Try to sleep reclined if able. Definetly sleep on your side, not on your back.

You can see if your supplier/DME can lend or rent you a Cpap short term until a new one arrives.
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Thanks!
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#4
Hi Sleepyinvirginia,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I’m sorry to hear that your machine quit working, hope you can get another one soon.
Hang in there for more responses to your post.
Much success to you.
trish6hundred
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#5
comfy easy chair, sleep sitting up if you have to
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