Patients Sleep apnea
Topic of the discussion
Posted on 5/18/19 12:58 AM
Having sleep apnea can have effects on people's lives to different extents... in some cases, and for those whose sleep apnea is left unchecked, it can affect ones energy level, daily life, mornings, etc.
How about you?
How does sleep apnea affect your daily life? Is your morning affected by sleep apnea? How about your energy - is your energy level affected by sleep apnea?
Beginning of the discussion - 5/24/19How does sleep apnea affect your morning and energy? https://www.carenity.us/forum/sleep-apnea/living-with-osteoarthritis/how-does-sleep-apnea-affect-your-morning-and-energy-991
Posted on 5/24/19 3:34 AM
Hi. Thank you for asking. Yes ...sleep apnea disrupts my sleep and when I do not where my CPAP machine, it caused me to abruptly wake up in my sleep constantly because I lose my breath... I already have other issues that cause me to sleep not well. If I do not sleep with my CPAP machine I feel much more fatigued because I sleep horribly.
However, I have been getting better with using my CPAP machine, which has helped with y energy because I am able to get a better nights sleep.
Posted on 5/24/19 3:49 AM
@Hidden username Thank you for sharing. I am glad that the CPAP machine works to help you feel rested and have more energy.
Also, we have a new discussion on CPAP machines, feel free to comment and share the type of CPAP machine you use and the benefits.
Posted on 6/6/19 1:28 AM
If I fall asleep with out my sleep apnea machine, I definitely do not get a great night sleep and wake up randomly due to difficult in breathing... I have been working on using my machine more consistently though. The machine is just a pain to always have to put on.
Posted on 6/6/19 2:23 AM
I have recently begun to snore again even with my CPAP machine, which is causing me to wake up because of breathing issues... I have not been getting good night sleeps, which I never really did, but even worse now. I do not know if this is impacting my productivity yet at work, but I am sure it will begin to catch up to me if it already has not.
Has anyone else experienced this where you snore/wake up with the CPAP machine on?