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... It is possible that there was something up with your titration study the night you were evaluated. I am not saying you do not have sleep apnea.. that is a given.. just that the pressure may be wrong on your machine. Has anything changed for you since getting you machine? ... (8 replies)
... Your welcome.. again. I find that many health issues all go back to a common source.. our genetics. I blame my mom, and my son will blame me most definitely. Well, my family has both year round and seasonal allergies.. ... (8 replies)
... y I studied gerontology in grad school. The older people in my life have always been supportive , understanding, patient, and wise and have given me the courage to get through situations i thought to be impossible. ... (8 replies)

... Okay, in my last post I said that I was recently diagnosed with sleep apnea. I've still been having trouble falling asleep. ... (8 replies)
... Your doctor's explanation was great to read. It must mean that sleep is possible. I started using a BiPap about 5 weeks ago after being on the CPap for nearly 2 months with no relief. The Bipap hasn't helped so far either. ... (8 replies)
... How long does it take to fall asleep? ... (8 replies)
... er. I think I figured out the problem. Even though I have been on Effexor XR for the past 8 years, I just found out that insomnia is a major problem. I talked to my doctor about a week ago and she said to take the Effexor in the morning because it peaks when you take it. ... (8 replies)
... MG, Thank you for those kind words...and thank you for your insights as i have learned much from you (i have never given a thought to adjusting pressures and i do have seasonal allergies). I chuckled when i saw your son's bedtime routines--mine include bedding down with 3 cats (the dog stays on the floor), and smearing lavender lotion on my skin before reading. Again,... (8 replies)
... Take care and best of health to you! ... (8 replies)
... seems to be still asleep. During such states one may be able to hear, but generally can NOT open one's eyes or move. ... (10 replies)
I Can't Sleep!
Sep 5, 2008
... Prescription sleep aids can actually be safer than some of the OTC remedies since they are specifically targeting sleep. ... (9 replies)
... Actually, it is standard procedure to have two sleep studies done for a CPAP, regardless of how long you sleep. ... (8 replies)
... hat. I don't have all of those tendencies, and some of mine are different, but basically I can act like a 'spaz' sometimes and I never thought it could be linked to these sleep paralysis moments. ... (6 replies)
... I feel like I'm always worried about something, like if I go to sleep something might happen and I won't know it. I also have two kids. ... (9 replies)
Help with DSPS
Oct 26, 2010
... nighttime hours, almost ALWAYS causes a disturbance in sleep patterns. ... (1 replies)
Aug 15, 2003
... Have you spoken to a doctor about your lack of sleep? ... (24 replies)
Sleep /help
Mar 5, 2006
... but I did it. Even some years later, I still have sleep issues but yes, I can sleep seems like a miracle because I couldn't even get sleep on the Ativan at the worst point for several nights at a time! Yes, I had severe tolerance. ... (7 replies)
Sleep /help
Mar 4, 2006
... I had to get back on. ... (7 replies)
... With insomnia, drinking alcohol usually disrupts sleep later in the night. ... (2 replies)
... So I've always had trouble sleeping. When I was little and I'd sleep with my parents, they'd be asleep in a matter of minutes, whereas it'd take me at least 30. ... (13 replies)

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