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Waking up with interrupted sleep for weeks now..
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RE: Waking up with interrupted sleep for weeks now..
8-14 EPR 3 full time.
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RE: Waking up with interrupted sleep for weeks now..
I finally got my resmed airsense10 and my sleep was still interrupted. Did not feel great when I woke up, but I was able to sleep after, where I felt some relief. 

I have a question to those who got a polysomnograph sleep study. Do you guys suggest stop using CPAP a couple days before the sleep study for an accurate/representative results or will it not matter? I also have a nasal decongestant called otrivin and I'm wondering if I should not use it during the sleep study. My sleep study is booked on December 9, anyway, here is the result with the new machine:


I woke up at 4:10(7:20 in the machine because it was brand new) so I shortened the chart
   

Here are some close-up shots of my events and no-events airflow

Few minutes before I woke up at 7:20(4:10 am), 
   

   

Some RERAs
   

   
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I think you need to give this a few days to decide. Your event rate is significantly lower, and your inspiration/expiration times have become normal. These are huge improvements, even if you're not feeling it i one-day.
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RE: Waking up with interrupted sleep for weeks now..
(12-04-2018, 09:16 PM)Jiggy Wrote: I finally got my resmed airsense10 and my sleep was still interrupted. Did not feel great when I woke up, but I was able to sleep after, where I felt some relief. 

I also suffered from fragmented sleep for long after I tuned in my therapy. I guess the body continues to react. Out of habit.

Quote:I have a question to those who got a polysomnograph sleep study. Do you guys suggest stop using CPAP a couple days before the sleep study for an accurate/representative results or will it not matter?

It won't effect the sleep study either way.

Quote:I also have a nasal decongestant called otrivin and I'm wondering if I should not use it during the sleep study.

If it keeps you awake I wouldn't take it, otherwise it doesn't matter. I recommmend you go in there with a sleeping pill. Just in case you need it to fall asleep.
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Jiggy, Otravin is in the same class of decongestant as Afrin, and should not be used long term (more than 3-days). It is extremely difficult to quit, and we have had members that experienced addiction and problems with this substance. Ask your doctor for a steroidal spray, or switch to a safe saline. https://www.webmd.com/allergies/features...doing-it#1
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