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View Poll Results: How many hours do you sleep at night on average?
Less than 4 hours 1 2.38%
5-6 Hours 15 35.71%
6-8 hours 18 42.86%
8+ hours 8 19.05%
Voters: 42. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 05-14-22, 05:36 PM  
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Snowman Land :) MN
Originally Posted by adawn View Post
My mom wouldn't wear a cpap mask (or even try one) so she opted for the "nasal pillow" option once she was finally officially diagnosed with sleep apnea. Apparently it doesn't trigger her claustrophobia and is comfortable?

She now gets more sleep at night and doesn't get drowsy during the day anymore.
I haven't heard of one of those. I need to do some research and hopefully convince him to get checked. He dozes a lot during the day on wknds. I'm so glad your mom is using it and feeling better! And thank you for the info!
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Old 06-12-22, 08:10 PM  
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I do best with 8 hours minimum. I can go on 7 but prefer 8 hours a night.
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insomnia, sleep disorders

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