Me and my c-pap

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The medical supplier dropped off my c-pap machine yesterday, and last night was my first night using it away outside of a sleep lab.

And I have to say, it didn’t suck.

It took some getting used to, but when I woke up today, I didn’t have a headache and I felt — not incredible, but noticeably less sucky than usual. And as the morning wore on, I started to feel pretty good. I put a load in the dishwasher and didn’t feel like I was going to pass out after! And there’s hardly any swelling in my feet today.

I think I’m going to like this thing.

5 thoughts on “Me and my c-pap

  1. Susie, it will change your life for the better. Within three months, you will feel more rested, and your body will feel better because it will have had the chance to make repairs. Sleep Apnea is real and it KILLS.

  2. Glad it’s working for you.
    I’ve been using one for about a dozen years, and although it’s not made as dramatic a change as yours apparently has, it’s definitely worth using.

  3. Sleep deprivation is a serious deal. That’s why the CIA uses it to torture people. Happy trails.

  4. Glad it’s working. Stick with it. My girlfriend uses one and its helped her. Keeping masks that fit properly is apparently an art.

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