(04-15-2014, 11:28 AM)jbuchanan6196 Wrote: It's good to see you found some relief. I may just be not giving it enough time, which I can't help because of my impatience. I suppose I will stick with it a little while longer and see if I see anymore changes.
I think I'm not really making my point. It's not really about me, it's about what does "feeling better" mean to you? If you have apnea, and apparently you do, then ongoing treatment is needed to avoid future unpleasantness as well as possibly reversing current problems.
So I told you some of the things that in my case made me "feel better," but what are your issues? What is it that feels not so great that if it were to go away would cause you to feel the treatment is working for you?
As a wise man once said (I think it was Yoda?) "There is no try. There is only do, or not do."