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WBAN
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WBAN is exciting technology and may possibly surplant polysomniograph What is itIt comprises of 4 different elements 1 a wearable garment with electrial in plants sensors 2 mobile to transmit…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by 99 Jun 1, 2016.

Leaky gut

How can you diagnose leaky gutSimple Do you suffer from athlets footIf you do most likely you have leaky gutI want to know is there a coraIlation to sleep apneoaAnd would like to set up a…Continue

Started Sep 30, 2015

oxidative stress
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Antioxidant Supplements Aside from diet and exercise, natural remedies for sleep apnea should focus on increasing antioxidant capacity. Why? Sleep apnea is associated with oxidative stress, the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kath Hope Feb 17, 2016.

vitamin d deficiency implicated with sleep apnoea
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Lack of d vitamin is implacated with sleep apnoea, diabetes and heart diseaseContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kath Hope Jan 29, 2015.

 

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My Interest in Sleep Apnoea
I have Sleep Apnoea
Treatment Being Used, If Any
CPAP
If Machine Being Used, What Make? (e.g., Respironics M Series with A-Flex Auto-Adjusting CPAP)
ResMed escape S8 hospital loan
Own Philips Respironics System one auto A Flex own primary unit sept 2010
If Mask Being Used, What Type? (e.g., ResMed Activa Nasal Mask)
I have sleep apnea with bradycadia
ResMed escape S8 hospital loan
Philips Respironics System one auto A Flex own primary unit sept 2010
started on my cpap January 2009
set to 15
set to 15 August 2010
my sats are 95
ahi 20.3
new ahi 0.4 august 2010

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At 23:28 on May 5, 2012, Mary Zimlich said…

Thanks, 99.

Mary Z.

At 8:42 on May 5, 2012, Terry Vella said…
I wasn't going to mention her name or what she is for fear that she may google herself and find us, LOL.
At 22:08 on May 4, 2012, Terry Vella said…
Welcome to this site 99, hopefully someone we both know won't find it, the people on here whether be it from the UK, US or anywhere else, like me are less confronting. I like sleepguide and will stay there but sometimes it gets too 'loud'.
At 20:13 on May 4, 2012, Kath Hope said…

Yes, I just spotted you Thomas and left you a welcome :)

At 20:09 on May 4, 2012, Kath Hope said…

Welcome to SleepGuide's UK Sister site 99 and look forward to your posts.

Kath

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Jonathan replied to The SleepGuide Crew's discussion Welcome to our Forum - Feel Free to Introduce Yourself Here.
"Hi I was a mouth breather.  I also slept flat on my stomach.  I now sleep on my side, and with a nose-only mask rapidly learned to keep my trap shut at night :)  The airway through my nose has significantly improved, which makes…"
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Iain Noble replied to The SleepGuide Crew's discussion Welcome to our Forum - Feel Free to Introduce Yourself Here.
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Andy Falconer replied to The SleepGuide Crew's discussion Welcome to our Forum - Feel Free to Introduce Yourself Here.
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Kath Hope replied to Linda's discussion Do charities take new surplus CPAP masks?
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Sleep2snore replied to Judy Y's discussion Could I have developed Central Sleep Apnoea ?
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Judy Y replied to Judy Y's discussion Could I have developed Central Sleep Apnoea ?
"Hi again Kath, Just found how I can see Clear airway/Obstructed airway. So sorry for the previous question. It appears I have approx 80% obstructed. Thanks for your time, best regards"
Nov 28
Judy Y replied to Judy Y's discussion Could I have developed Central Sleep Apnoea ?
"Thanks for your answer Kath. The app I have is Philips Dreamapper . It tells me minimum/maximam/ 90% pressure, My AHI and mask fit, Hours usage. I cant see anything about obstructive or centrals. Is my app out of date, or my machine?"
Nov 28
Kath Hope replied to Judy Y's discussion Could I have developed Central Sleep Apnoea ?
"I don't think those symptoms are specific to central sleep apnoea.  Your app should tell you if those apnoeas are obstructive or  centrals.  It sometimes says 'CA.'  Sometimes when people first wake it takes a…"
Nov 27
Judy Y posted a discussion

Could I have developed Central Sleep Apnoea ?

HiI was diagnosed with severe sleep apnoea Jan 2017 after hiring a device from Hope2sleep. Think I had this problem for around 10 years. I eventually got my cpap machine in August 2017. I have had a few ups and downs, and had my machine adjusted a…See More
Nov 26
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Im on Warfarin for life because of leg DVT,s and Warfarin would be stopped 5 days before the operation. This could leave me at risk of another DVT.. Also the last time my Warfarin was stopped I has to self inject Heparin so my belly turned into a…"
Nov 25
Sleep2snore replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"That sounds like a get out for the ENT surgeon. There are a lot of people gone through this op' and even bigger op's to the nose. Maybe he is just not up to it?"
Nov 22
Kath Hope replied to Linda's discussion Do charities take new surplus CPAP masks?
"Hi Linda.  Due to the way some of the manufacturer package their masks, eg multiple sizes of cushions, some clinics just hand the whole pack out to the patients, and then there are others that are more resourceful in that they take out the…"
Nov 22
Linda replied to Linda's discussion Do charities take new surplus CAPD masks?
"Thanks Kath and I will forward the spare masks on as you have suggested.  It seems very wasteful that my NHS provider gives me a pack which I believe costs well over £100 when I only require one mask.  Do you know if this is…"
Nov 21
Edam replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"I think the combination of nasal polyps ,deviated septum and COPD is too much for the Resmed to sort out. The polyp in my left nostril does act like a one way valve and closes on exhale which may explain why the EPR increase helps. It looks like the…"
Nov 20
Sleep2snore replied to Edam's discussion Double inhaling
"Hummmm!  That just shouldn't work! There must be something unique to the way you breath when sleeping confusing the machine. It is all a bit strange and a bit confusing!  The Resperonics machines are slightly slower to respond, so it…"
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