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  • 17 days ago

    Best Sleep Position?

    Hi Everyone, Recently diagnosed with sleep apnea, I've been doing a lot of research on sleeping positions that can help me avoid it at night. I read this article on the best sleeping position: https://thesleepsavvy.com/best-sleeping-position/ that says it's ideal to sleep on your back, but that would encourage snoring and apnea. While sleeping on your sides and stomach (worst position) would help you avoid it but it not the best for your body. So what is right? Which position works for you....
  • 26 days ago

    Sleep Apnea

    can I beat sleep apnea?
  • 1 month ago

    How accurate is Fitbit in determining the various sleep stages.

    My sleep specialist has told me that I should not count on the accuracy of Fitbit in determining how much time I have spent in various sleep stages: rem, light, deep, etc. His theory is that it can only track movement. I have been trying to see if I can determine quality of sleep as well as length. So is fitbit accurate? or does anyone else know of any other ideas?
  • 1 month ago

    sleep apnea

    I am a male with an age 37. Few years back i have diagnosed with sleep apnea. I supposed to use CPAP. Since few days only i am using CPAP machine. i heard it will take some time to work on apnea symptoms. Unfortunately, i have several symptoms and i just want to have a clarity about the symptoms that i have, if those are coming from sleep apnea or from any other medical condition. 1. Extremely tiredness, Fatigue all the time, since more than a year. 2.Pins and needles sensation on the head 3.sometimes....
  • 2 months ago

    take 5 hours to fall asleep

    when Im woken take 4 hours to get back to sleep. I can not shut my Brain off. Please help
  • Increased wakeful events when using BiPap

    I’m a paraplegic with OSA. My belief is that the inspiratory phase is so fast, even the slowest setting is 600 ms (.6 of a second!), that it causes a spasm in my body and thus the more wakeful events. I’m more tired using a BiPap than without. Any suggestions? TIA.
  • 4 months ago

    Weight Loss As Part of Treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Hello. First post. Can anyone recommend a weight loss specialist who can help develop a plan for someone with severe OSA? Someone in either DC or Richmond, Virginia, would be ideal. PensiveRealist
  • 6 months ago

    CPAP user

    Do I need a CPAP sanitizer? Does anyone have one and does it work well. One writer said the UV light does not sanitize well, what is the truth?
  • 6 months ago

    Using a CPAP Sanitizer

    I am considering buy one but I'm not sure if it's worth the price and also do they work well and what is the impact on the CPAP machine and it's components.
  • 7 months ago

    Bed for sleep apnea

    Any suggestions for good bed to alleviate snoring?