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    toriree posted:
    I recently did a sleep study which indicated mild to moderate sleep apnea. Since I am very claustrophobic, I do not think I can use a CPAP.
    So, I ordered the trial package of Provent thinking it would help me sleep. After 4 nights using the product I still wasn't sleeping so I called the company and was told that it won't do any good if I have insomnia.
    I did not sleep well during the sleep study, but there seemed to be no reason indicated.
    My question is: Will a CAPA help a person sleep or does ti just stop the apnea symptoms.
    I thought using an apnea product would HELP me sleep, but now I am thinking differently.
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