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g1ant - Therapy Thread
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g1ant -  I merged your 2 threads together.  The new name is, g1ant - Therapy Thread.    Please keep all your therapy posts here.
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RE: g1ant - Therapy Thread
Thanks. 
Close ordered
Pillow and pillowcase ordered

I will beat this.
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Ok great, keep us updated on your accessories and how they're helping. I've you have a collar to help with the Positional stuff, then it's time to edit machine settings as needed to get you the best therapy you can get.
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RE: g1ant - Therapy Thread
Even though I don't have the collar yet I'm seeing an improvement just by getting rid of one of the two pillow that I have habitually used. I think this allows my airway to remain straighter. 

it looks like I have a few instances of blocked airway just as I fall asleep but then the machine takes over and I'm fine.  Is that a reasonable assumption?
Just getting woken up by extreme dry mouth but one problem at a time.


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