That's good action from your sleep clinic - so pleased to hear this. If you use Facebook you might also want to join our Private Group there too where you'll also get great support https://www.facebook.com/groups/SleepApnoeaSupportAndAwareness/
Check out the page on our website for people new to CPAP and you can print out a copy http://www.hope2sleep.co.uk/desensitisation-tips-for-new-cpap-and-v...
There's also another page for any problems encountered that might help http://www.hope2sleep.co.uk/tips-for-problems-sleeping-with-cpap-or...
Well, that's a lot of reading I've given you lol. Good luck with your new CPAP and I hope you feel the positive benefits very soon.
The best of luck with getting used to your CPAP. I got my CPAP 4 weeks ago and it took about 2 weeks to adjust to using it and getting used to the higher air pressure. The first 2-3 nights were awful and I removed the mask after a couple of hours. I gradually built up the hours per night wearing the mask. It took longer for me to actually sleep properly with the full CPAP experience, but after 2 weeks, the first night of decent sleep was terrific!
Be prepared. The DVLA may rescind your driving license. I was diagnosed with moderate sleep apnoea and sent in my SL1 form at the start of treatment. I did not tick yes, my apnoea is under control box, because I has just started treatment. I got back from holiday to find a DVLA letter rescinding my driving license. I don't believe the DVLA contacted my doctor before taking action. Fortunately for me I am now using CPAP ok and my follow-up Sleep Clinic review happened quickly.
My best advice is to keep persevering with CPAP and be informed, seek answers when it's not working.