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Old 08-21-2009, 01:12 PM   #23
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Re: sleep apnea?

Originally Posted by Robert D Taylor Jr View Post
I feel out of sync with the machine's breathing and end up feeling like I'm drowning. Sleeping pills are not a viable option for me. I have allergic reactions to meds with similarities to benzos.
how are you with things like trazadone or remeron?

Sync your breathing is the tough part .. without a doubt. One has to shut off their brain and just allow the machine to its thing. Til you surrender that feeling.. your going to fight it every night.
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