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Apr. 26th, 2017 12:17 pm
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Spring is here and the spring flowers are not only blooming, many have started to fade. Our rhubarb is nearly knee-high and weeds are doing their best to take over the garden beds. Not that I felt like doing any weeding over the weekend — cleaning up from the coffee spill took most of Saturday and on Sunday we wanted to go walk at the zoo. That seemed particularly important as we'd tried to go for a long walk Saturday evening and I didn't even make it all the way down to 12 Mile before I admitted defeat and had us turn around and return home. I'm not so much sick as cold and exhausted. Next week I see my sleep apnea doctor and I'm looking forward seeing him. I have two CPAP machines, the first one I got and then the second, a newer model that records what it does. I figured the doctor would want the data and switched to using the newer model a week or two ago. I have a harder time sleeping with new one and I'm not sure why. It is quieter, it seems to blow harder, and absolutely worst of all, it doesn't humidify the air as effectively as the old machine. After two or three hours my throat hurts so much it wakes me up. Drinking a half liter of water puts a dent in the pain and I go back to bed. I'm wondering if there is something I can do to the machine to increase the humidity of the air I'm breathing.

The trip to the zoo was far different than it was during the winter, the biggest difference being the number of zoo visitors. I knew it was going to be crowded when, before we even reached the gated entrance I saw cars parked on the lawn. The parking structure was full and the big parking lot had cars squeezed into nooks and crannies that aren't actual parking places. We walked around for a few hours and then went out to dinner.

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Date: 2017-04-28 07:26 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] polly_bywater
The blowing harder is a setting that can be adjusted but many adjustments of that type require a doctor's order (cpap settings are supposed to be a prescription item). However, the humidity problem should be fixable by whatever company sold you the cpap (speaking as a person married to somebody who used to own a company that sold and adjusted cpaps). Have you asked your cpap provider about the settings/humidity problems?

Date: 2017-04-26 11:21 pm (UTC)
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ARGH! on that coffee spill. I once went to shake up a bottle of juice and the cap was loose. I was finding traces of it months later in the nooks and crannies of my desk. You have my deepest sympathy.


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