Breathing at night

Discussion in 'Health and Wellness' started by SaggyWoman, Dec 5, 2009.

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Do you have a breathing aid at night?

  1. I sleep with oxygen.

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  2. I sleep in a tent.

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  3. I sleep with a BiPAP

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  4. I sleep with a CPAP

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  5. I have been told to do one, but I don't.

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  6. No, I don't sleep with any breathing aid. (and haven't been told to)

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  7. Other answer

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  1. SaggyWoman

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    Do you have a breathing aid at night?
     
  2. Jon-Marc

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    When I'm in bed, one nostril always plugs up. It depends on which side I'm on as to which nostril plugs up. I breathe all night through just one nostril. For some strange reason it only does that when I lie down. If I could sleep sitting (or standing like a horse :smilewinkgrin:), I might not have that problem. The only "aid" I use is sinus pills that help with breathing because of allergies.
     
  3. canadyjd

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    I have a problem sleep apnea. The mask doesn't work correctly because I rarely sleep on my back (one side or the other). The mask was waking me up more than the apnea.

    I've lost about 30 lbs since I had the test, as well. I seem to sleep a little better than before.

    peace to you
     

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