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... ittle over 2 years I've been seeing a sleep doc. When I first saw him I was told after a sleep study I had severe sleep apnea due to a small airway. He gave me a cpap machine and it took about a week or two but was feeling like I was 18 again. I felt rested when waking, full of energy all day,etc which I didn't have before. ... (1 replies)
... I have read several other posts about CPAP users still being tired. I have been using my CPAP for 8 months now, and I still feel fatigued most of the time. Every once in a while, I will feel extremely exhausted, like I could close my eyes and fall asleep anywhere, anytime. ... (1 replies)
... but I'm still tired constantly...I've been going through periods of extreme insomnia where I won't sleep for up to 2. ... (12 replies)

Cpap vs surgery
Apr 4, 2012
... I have been using a cpap machine for 2 months now. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, that's a good point....5 is relatively low. I'm afraid that I almost assume everyone has the correct pressures because I use an auto pap which adjusts to my breathing...I range from 7 on up to 13 but I don't have to change the settings on my machine at all. Also, I have a smart card in my machine so my doctors know if my pressures need to be adjusted outside of my... (12 replies)
... My cpap is set at 13.0 which is alot of air i was told that the highest they can be set is 20.0. A setting of 5.0 doesn't sound like much air though. ... (12 replies)
... I have no personal experience with deviated septums and cpap therapy...so no comment there. ... (12 replies)
... i was wondering if you are having trouble with the cpap? Do you put it on and after a little while panic? When you have it on and open your mouth do you feel the air comming back out your mouth? If so you might have a deviated septum that needs fixed before you can get proper use of the cpap. That is what my problem was and it took me 2 years to find the answer. (12 replies)
... Although sleep deprivation can cause memory problems as well as mood problems, you are still experiencing these problems despite cpap treatment which suggests that your problems with sleep may not be "sleep" related. ... (12 replies)
... me. For about 1.5 years I have been extreamly tired. I sleep all the time and not matter how much I sleep, I'm still tired. Anyways I just got my cpap machine 3 days ago. I HATE IT!!!!!!! I have to say I have gotten way less sleep since I've had it. ... (15 replies)
... of the water each night...still tired every day. ... (14 replies)
Tired Constantly
May 8, 2007
... Your problem sounds exactly like mine, and for me, it started about age 13 or 14 as well. I'm 28 now and still don't have a solution to it. I have gained a lot of weight since I started having this problem and I eat a lot more. ... (10 replies)
... you really need to find a doctor who specializes in fatigue or who is willing to look at other possiblities for your fatigue. I also have mild apnea. I tried the cpap machine and I never felt better using it. I even tried a dental mouthpiece for apnea and that never made me feel better either. ... (1 replies)
Cpap vs surgery
Jun 25, 2012
... ut had no luck with it. I am just gonna have to keep using the bipap machine. It has brought my stop breathing down from 36 times and hour to 10. They said 10 is still a little high and they are not sure why, because they've checked the machine, mask and everything is working fine. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you David, I appreciate it! I'm able to sleep through most of the night now, but am still waking up feeling tired. The people who suppled the CPAP machine said to stick with it for several more weeks because it may take that long for me to feel the full effect. ... (3 replies)
... I have been in the industry for many years now; running sleep studies, DME set-ups and mask fittings, as well as owner/operator of a sleep lab. Both my husband and I also wear CPAP. So, I take my knowledge personally. If one does not have mandibular problems, or wear dentures, 99.9% of the patients that I have seen and had difficulties acclimating to their PAP treatment was... (10 replies)
... Hi everyone. My name is Elyse. I was just diagnosed with Sleep Apnea about 6 weeks ago. I am using a CPAP machine with a humidifier. I use the nasal pillows mask. It took me a week or two to get used to falling asleep with the mask on. Now I don't mind it at all. ... (1 replies)
... the one that fits over my nose size p. That's the smallest one they make. I adjust the mask quite a bit because it is so close to my mouth, almost on my lip. I still faithfully use it every night. It isn't that I'm not tired because I am. ... (1 replies)
... It doesn't bother me wearing it, cept sometimes it digs in a bit on the sides of my nose. The air does come out my mouth when I open it, but I thought that was normal? The lady who showed me how to use it acted like it was normal. I don't breathe out my mouth anyways unless I have a cold. (12 replies)
... Most doctors are not trained/experienced enough to diagnose/treat this condition. Lyme patients who've responded to treatment suggest seeing a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor as many have experienced the "brush off" by other specialists, including Infectious Disease docs. If I haven't said it before, I'll say it again...there is no test in existence that is conclusive for Lyme! ... (12 replies)




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