[nfbwatlk] FW: [Nfbnet-master-list] Fwd: Vanda Sleep Study
lauren1 at catliness.com
Sun Oct 2 17:24:13 CDT 2011
I have sleep apnea and use a CPAP machine. I have trouble making sure this
newer one is set properly though. The dial moves easily and there is no way
for me to tell what it is set on. So it isn't very blind-friendly. The
person from LinCare set it but I've accidentally moved the dial a few times.
At least the pressure is constant.
The way I learned that I had sleep apnea was that I was lying on my back and
suddenly my kitty at the time, Kitten Kabootle, plopped on my chest. That
made me gasp and wke up. I was really dizzy and out of it. I had a sleep
study and they confirmed the sleep apnea.
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From: "debby phillips" <semisweetdebby at gmail.com>
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Sent: Sunday, October 02, 2011 12:55 PM
Subject: Re: [nfbwatlk] FW: [Nfbnet-master-list] Fwd: Vanda Sleep Study
> Hi Lauren, they tested me a few years ago to see if I had sleep apnea, but
> I don't. My husband uses a bipap. It took me a bit to get used to the
> sound of his machine, but now if I'm away or he is, I miss it. Lol.
> Scratches to your kitties. Peace, Debby
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