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RE: feeling dizzy from cpap
Actually, this will likely be a very important discovery for you. Besides getting into a filter discussion and all that, having mold in the room could have a negative impact on your breathing. A plus IMO is running the air purifier; I run one in the bedroom 24/7. Hope it helps.
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RE: feeling dizzy from cpap
(01-13-2018, 04:31 PM)SarcasticDave94 Wrote: Actually, this will likely be a very important discovery for you. Besides getting into a filter discussion and all that, having mold in the room could have a negative impact on your breathing. A plus IMO is running the air purifier; I run one in the bedroom 24/7. Hope it helps.

i hope so too!  i was surprised how much of a difference it could make.  im slowly feeling better overall.  i used to always have supertight muscles, especially first thing in the morning, thats been reduced alot.  also can concentrate better.  i found it very difficult to accomplish mentally challenging tasks after i started using cpap, my brain was in a fog.

im very thankful for this board and your guys help!
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You're welcome. Hoping your positive progress continues.
Dave

I'm not a doctor in real or fictional life. My posts include opinions based upon user experience regarding CPAP therapy and should not be considered medically professional direction or advice. Even a 1,000 mile trip requires a good first step. My recommended first steps include getting good walking shoes, 1 great cup of coffee, and a good GPS.

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#44
RE: feeling dizzy from cpap
airfit p10 nasal pillows just arrived, im trying them now, theyre much better. i like how they keep my nostrils open. i always felt like i was battling the cushions a bit before, these feel much smoother.
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RE: feeling dizzy from cpap
Glad you're continuing to find positive progress.
Dave

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