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Caravan
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HI I'm going to a static caravan for the weekend do I need any special equipment for my cpap machine or can I just plug into socket?  Happy bank holiday. Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sleep2snore Sep 5.

Caravan
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HI I'm going to a static caravan for the weekend do I need any special equipment for my chap machine or can I just plug into socket?  Happy bank holiday. Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sleep2snore Sep 5.

New to cpap
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Hi I'm new to cpap nearly 2 weeks into therapy and feel really tired has anybody felt like this? Or is it normal to feel like this when new to cpap? Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sleep2snore May 29.

 

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Sleep2snore replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion Caravan
"Just take a extension cable as the sockets are never where you need them.  6mtrs is long enough and 6amp with twin sockets at the end.  Same with hotels, there is seldom a socket at the bed these days and they are always at the other end…"
Sep 5
Sleep2snore replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion Caravan
"A static caravan should have electrical power and sockets, however if it is remote it might not. I would take an extension cable with you about six mtrs long as the sockets are never where you want them. Same with going to hotels, the sockets are…"
Sep 5
Chris Vesey replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion Caravan
"Hi, Just plug in as normal Chris"
Aug 21
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Aug 21
Sleep2snore replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion New to cpap
"Hi Ruth, How is it going now that it has been a while?"
May 29
billysleep replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion New to cpap
"My first 2 weeks starting CPAP were the hardest, but my sleeping started to improve as I adjusted. Hang it there...you should find it gets better. For me wearing the mask is now rouyine. Good luck, billysleep"
May 1
Sleep2snore replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion New to cpap
"It is quite normal, some feel it interrupts sleep due to using the machine and mask, turning over can disturb you with the mask moving and leaks.  Give it a month or two and you should start to feel a lot better.  If not contact your Sleep…"
Apr 17
Kath Hope replied to Ruth Furniss's discussion New to cpap
"Sometimes the tiredness can feel worse Ruth if you're having some interrupted sleep when new to CPAP.  I definitely felt like that.  Although I'd been diagnosed with severe sleep apnoea I slept through it all, whereas when I was…"
Apr 8
Ruth Furniss posted a discussion

New to cpap

Hi I'm new to cpap nearly 2 weeks into therapy and feel really tired has anybody felt like this? Or is it normal to feel like this when new to cpap? See More
Apr 8
Ruth Furniss is now a member of Hope2SleepGuide
Apr 7

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Bill Thomson added a discussion to the group Buy-Sell-Swap
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ResMed DC-DC converter for S9

I have for sale a converter which allows the S9 machine, which requires a 24v supply, to run from a vehicle 12v or 24v DC socket, or direct from a 12v battery. The converter can power a humidifier and heated tube as well as the CPAP machine,…See More
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Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Cure for wind
"It would depend if there was a smell or not "
Oct 9
Sleep2snore replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"I'll be interested to know what you have found.  Give it time so you can prove what is happening. I had my machine pulse at full pressure for the second time when it was switched on, turning it off then on again a couple of times with a…"
Oct 9
Mark bowerman is now a member of Hope2SleepGuide
Oct 9
Renee Rowlands posted a discussion

Recommendation please for Oximeter purchase.

Hello everyone!I would very much like to check my oxygen levels during the night.  Can anyone recommend an Oximeter to purchase please?My mask is a F&P Brevida which has soft straps and one of the straps slips up my head during the night, making…See More
Oct 7
Kyla Davies replied to Kyla Davies's discussion Soclean machine in the group Buy-Sell-Swap
"Thanks Kath, edited with price. "
Oct 5
Kath Hope replied to Kyla Davies's discussion Soclean machine in the group Buy-Sell-Swap
"Oh what a shame Kyla.  We are all so different with our sensitivies to smells, as I love the clean smell after using mine.  I'd advise you edit this with the price you're looking for, to save lots of messages agreeing and…"
Oct 5
Kyla Davies added a discussion to the group Buy-Sell-Swap
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Soclean machine

SOLD!! !  I am selling my soclean machine. It is a fantastic machine and does the job, however I am struggling with the "ozone" smell it turns my stomach. I only purchased it on 18/09/18 so only had a couple of weeks use. I purchased it with an…See More
Oct 5
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"I believe I have found a reason for the pressure going up to 20 and staying there. Its early days yet and I need to find the best fix"
Sep 27
Chris Vesey replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Cure for wind
"I could always go on the stage, le petomaine made a living I believe"
Sep 26
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"If the top limit is unrestricted then it will go up to 20 for up to 5 hours a night.  The hospital say that I need this pressure as my Apnea is getting worse but my AHI is nearly always under 1"
Sep 20
Sleep2snore replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Cure for wind
"It is very common for people to get wind in there stomach using CPAP/APAP.  As Kath say, at the start it can be quite bad for some people, others are not bothered.  In fact the ResMed is less likely to give you this problem, but saying…"
Sep 19
Sleep2snore replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Your machine should not go higher unless you need more pressure. The machine I have was set at 10 to 20 when I got it and it has never ventured above 12.9. I have a ResMed 10Auto which I found to be a little better than the Dreamstation.  I…"
Sep 19
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"I trialled the Sleepweaver before it came out, I believe I still have it somewhere, but I could not get on with it then. I used a liner on the Dreamwear last night but still was too painful to use and had to change masks during the early hours..…"
Sep 19
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
Sep 19
Kath Hope replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Cure for wind
"This is a common problem Sally, and especially when new to CPAP, irrespective of whatever machines people use.  It's definitely not just an Airsense 10 problem. If you've not clicked on the link I posted above in my reply to Chris…"
Sep 17
Sally Gray replied to Chris Vesey's discussion Cure for wind
"Hi, it’s interesting to read Chris’s comment that the AirSense 10 has given him flatulence whereas his previous CPAP wasn’t a problem.  I’m new to using a CPAP and have been provided with an AirSense 10 which I’m…"
Sep 17
Kath Hope replied to Bob Blair's discussion So Clean sanitiser
"I'm not aware of finance, and we at the Hope2Sleep Charity certainly couldn't offer this unfortunately.  However, if you have a Paypal account then you can apply for Paypal Credit which is offered for products over £150 I…"
Sep 16
Kyla Davies replied to Bob Blair's discussion So Clean sanitiser
"Hi Kath In relation to the Soclean do you know if any finance is available to purchase one of these machines? I do not mind spending that amount on one but would be very helpful especially this time of year to purchase one on a finance…"
Sep 16

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