if one’s cpap (for sleep apnea) setting is too high, what symptoms will they notice?
don't just say go to the doctor as he was wrong and I wore cpap for 3 years and they later found after years of my insisting the results from the sleep study were not right (as I only slept a half hour due to them testing me when I normally was awake (I havedelayed sleep phase syndrome and am up in daytime) and finally convincing them to repeat it when I normally slept) they found that for three years I was getting almost NO rem sleep or stage three or four restorative sleep and the setting was way too low and although I looked like I was sleeping had essentially no benefits from sleep and still had all symptoms of sleep apnea..so I don't trust them..even after they upped setting– still no benefits I can detect except no morning headaches
Now I have a new machine that can be set higher and want to know HOW can I tell if it is TOO high. The tecnicians said I'd have chest pains and not be able to sleep or fall asleep..anything else or more details on this is what I m seeking.Thanks
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