Sleep Study in Your Future? Read this. — 6 Comments

  1. So, is the CPAP treating you right? I am assuming it does. Well, just make sure you clean your CPAP machine regularly not only to preserve and prolong its life but also to prevent you from getting complications from a dirty CPAP unit. Dust and bacteria can accumulate inside the tubings and the mask and we know very well that the machine is blowing air full blast into our lungs. We don’t want any unwanted stuff in our lungs, do we?

  2. Wow. When I went in for my sleep study — I didn’t know you could study in your sleep 🙂 — the nurse told me to look up at the camera on the wall. It was in INFRARED camera and could see me in the dark just as well as I could see in broad daylight.

    I have adapted remarkable easily to my cpap machine. It is almost as if I always used one, and its only been 7 days since I got mine. I think that a whole bunch of snoring people probably would really benefit from a sleep study. After all, if the study reveals you don’t need a cpap machine, that too is nice to know.

  3. yeah…I remember smiling for them too!!!! that’s interesting about the nap study….I didn’t have to do that because I guess they knew right away. How was it when you went back for the c pap? took me a while to get used to it. I like opening my mouth with it on because the air blows out!!!! I love irritating my husband with that!

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