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What's your pressure?

  Something I've noticed as a newcomer to this forum is the lack of cpap pressure settings being given. I'd like to suggest that since this…

Started by Caveman in Sleep Apnoea

48 Apr 18, 2011
Reply by Julie

"Rainout" What is it and how can we prevent it ?

  "Rainout" is a term that some of you might know and some might not but it is something that we may all come up against if we are using a…

Started by Andy Thomas in Sleep Apnoea

13 Apr 9, 2011
Reply by Tigers Fan

Five months on

5 mth updateWell - 5 months now on CPAP after 38 years of snoring and choking.Life is better than ever! I can work 10-14 hrs a day, go with…

Started by symmit in Sleep Apnoea

0 Apr 9, 2011

Go Bananas and Help Lower Your Apnoeas!!!!

Well, I've been carefully monitoring my AHI lately, and I've noticed a pattern when my AHI was lower.... when I have my treat of strawberr…

Started by Kath Hope in Sleep Apnoea

5 Apr 5, 2011
Reply by Caveman

pressure pain?

I am new to this site and not sure if I am using it correctly so please be patient with me.  I use a CPAP machine from the hospital but fin…

Started by Sally Gould in Sleep Apnoea

17 Mar 27, 2011
Reply by Kath Hope

Sleep Clinics Help Or Hinderance.

  There is one thing that I pick up on throughout the forums that I visit is the differences in the way that various Sleep Clinics deal wit…

Started by Andy Thomas in Sleep Apnoea

18 Mar 26, 2011
Reply by Kath Hope

How do things work in the UK?

In the U.S. The majority of people have a diagnostic(Dx) evaluation followed by a titration study. Afterwhich that person should have a doc…

Started by RockRpsgt in Sleep Apnoea

5 Mar 26, 2011
Reply by Caveman

British Snoring Questionnaire

If you can help out British Snoring by fillling in their on-line questionnaire about sleeping in separate bedrooms to your partner, they wi…

Started by Kath Hope in Sleep Apnoea

0 Mar 25, 2011

Modifying your equipment

    Risky one this is - I must declare straight away that I am not a medical professional and offer this information purely to pass on thin…

Started by Caveman in Sleep Apnoea

7 Mar 24, 2011
Reply by Kath Hope

Philips Announces New Partnership

March 18, 2011   Philips and World Association of Sleep Medicine join efforts to expand people’s awareness of the impact of sleep on health…

Started by The SleepGuide Crew in Sleep Apnoea

0 Mar 19, 2011

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Alan Burt posted a discussion

Painful, dry nose

Greetings everyone. I'm new to the forum and came across it whilst doing an internet search on CPAP.It looks like a very supportive and resourceful place to be. I use a Resmed S9 (upgraded from an S8 two weeks ago) with a nasal mask. My pressure has…See More
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Sleep2snore replied to Ann Murch's discussion New by wondering what to do next
"You're welcome."
Aug 8
Ann Murch replied to Ann Murch's discussion New by wondering what to do next
"That was great.  I am confident I can now sort out the problem and start getting a good nights sleep.  Thank you"
Aug 8
Sleep2snore replied to Ann Murch's discussion New by wondering what to do next
"Here is a YouTube Clinical video for the Devilbiss SLEEPCUBE clinical settings. https://youtu.be/V8pns9BYn64 It might be easier to watch, shows how to set up pressures etc. https://youtu.be/V8pns9BYn64"
Aug 8
Sleep2snore replied to Ann Murch's discussion New by wondering what to do next
"Make sure you have SmartFlex turned on, this will drop the pressure when you breath out. You didn't say what model you have, but as pressure was rising it must at least be Automatic. If you look in the manual it will tell you how to get into…"
Aug 8
Sleep2snore replied to Cathy's discussion New full face mask
"If it works for you use it. They are a bit quieter I am told so on its own will help, but comfort is the name of the game and if it fits the bill........ Glad you found a mask that works for you."
Aug 8
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Jul 22
Ann Murch posted a discussion

New by wondering what to do next

Hi,my name is Ann and I stumbled across this site when looking to see where I could sell my CPAP machine but after reading some discussions, I now think that I may be better keeping it. I bought the  Sleep Cube as it was fully automatic and as I…See More
Jul 16
Ann Murch is now a member of Hope2SleepGuide
Jul 14
Cathy posted a discussion

New full face mask

Hi, I’ve been using the ResMed mirage Quattro since I was as diagnosed5 years ago. I’ve always hated it and found it so uncomfortable. Last week I bought myself a ResMed  airfit F20 with quiet air and it’s the best thing ever. Nothing covering my…See More
Jul 11
Kyla Davies joined The SleepGuide Crew's group
Jul 11
John Wilkinson replied to The SleepGuide Crew's discussion Welcome to our Forum - Feel Free to Introduce Yourself Here.
"Hi Sharon, I have been using a Cpap machine for 7 months. I too struggled with a full face mask (Simplus as issued by sleep clinic) but I changed from a large to medium size mask and it is a lot more comfortable and, because it fits better, I…"
Jul 9
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Using the Quatro Air is certainly working. My 95% pressures are still below 15 and also Im getting a much better sleep. I think the reason its working is that the inlet is lower on the Quatro Air and is also directed downwards. This direction of…"
Jul 9
Eric Swindon added a discussion to the group Buy-Sell-Swap
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Unused Masks for sale

 I am offering these never used masks (all in original packaging with User Manuals) for half the current retail price (check them at www.eu-pap.co.uk) , that is £50 or £60 including shipping within the U.K. …See More
Jul 8
Eric Swindon joined The SleepGuide Crew's group
Jul 8
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Jul 8
Trina replied to The SleepGuide Crew's discussion Welcome to our Forum - Feel Free to Introduce Yourself Here.
"Thanks for accepting me! I am new to the sleep apnea world, but suspect I have had it for many, many years. It was just diagnosed as many of things. "
Jul 7
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"To be honest, I never thought about what would happen if it was stolen or damaged while away!"
Jul 6
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Insurance
"The best thing is to ask your clinic, they all appear to work their own way, also if you are going abroad it is worth checking if it is still covered.  If not you might feel better if it were covered by insurance.  Ask if your home…"
Jul 6

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