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Dianna Mendez says
People who have sleep apnea will have a difficult time sleeping on their back. They will not get oxygen and jerk away, then turn over on their side.
Glad to hear it is working for the both of you.
Paul Perry says
Good common sense and practical answers.
Thanks DuffsMom. Having an external support system to continuously provide mild airway pressure will keep the airways open. How comfortable is C-Pap for the wearer?
Sad to say, for me, not comfortable at all. I could experiment with masks but each set is about $480 (for plastic!!)- thank goodness I have insurance. But wearing it is much better than waking up with a panic attacks form lack of air!!
I'm sorry to hear this news. Maybe there are some natural solutions to the snoring. Many people may need to lose weight to alleviate the pressure throughout the sinuses and throat. Homeopathy addresses some snoring issues. Oreganol oil & other he
Many products work well, and can be life changing for people. The product below offers a 90 day money back guarantee, so virtually no risk. Hope this is helpful!
I have a cpap as well. the comfort level depends on the mask. I like my mask. Hey Duff'smom, I got my mask from cpapxcgange online.mine was pretty cheap
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