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What is it about the first 90 days?
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When I started with My ResMed Airsense 10 3 months, 11 days ago, I would get emails of encouragement from ResMed. One of the first ones stated that many sleep apnea sufferers begin to see benefits after 3 months.

I found this curious and wondered why it took this long. Funny thing is, in just the last week, many times when I first wake up, I consciously realize that I actually feel rested. So I guess ResMed knows of what they speak.

Hopefully things will keep getting better and better.
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Lots of new members come here and report their frustration that after several weeks of CPAP use, they still don't feel better. Your story could be very helpful to them to understand it takes most of us longer to feel the benefits.
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As it happens, today is exactly 90 days since I started treatment. I'm ready to see the big improvements.

Bill

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