Originally Posted by JaxRed
OK, you guys inspired me to use mine last night. I usually don't, normally because I don't see the huge increase in energy. Let me ask a question, after getting the initial setup, has anyone had testing done while wearing your mask to see if it was effective?
It makes me uncomfortable speaking to others about medical because I just don’t have the background and depth on such a serious subject as ones health, in the case of sleep apnea untreated, could cost one their life.
From my experience and working with the doctors on me. Adjustment in the air pressure intake, we call it ramping it up to increase or down to decrease. You might need your’s adjusted to get a greater benefit. I have had to over time. Someone can correct me, but I was told that sometimes a person requires a BYPAP when a person has trouble getting the old air out. The CPAP as explained to me was primarily to force air and to keep one breathing. The only test that I have had using or while wearing the CPAP is the blood oxygen level to see if it dropped even during use of the CPAP, that case they did connect oxygen to dispense 2ltre into the CPAP which brought back the continuous sleep, and restful results that the others are speaking of.
You might not always see an amazing burst of energy, you might find personal indicators in calm, relaxed, focus and concentration, longer sleep without interruption, less minor aches/pains etc. I think I have found more than just one benefit from them.
Plus I think that you have to give the body some time to adjust from continued use to realize some of the benefits.
Though I was very impressed with what MWM was reporting as results for himself personally. I took a big mental note of his report and was on the phone today to my supplier and doctor