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    dillon posted:
    I had my second sleep test done using a cpap. I woke the next morning, and I felt wonderful, best I've felt in a long time, had alot of energy also. I was given a cpap for home, and I have not felt even close to as good as I felt while using the cpap at the sleep center. As a matter of fact I feel just as lousy. Any help would be appreciated.
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Dillon,

    I'm not an expert but from hearing people who post here over the years... It can take some adjustments with various levels of air and masks and even humidifiers to find the right mix for you. Be sure to discuss this with your sleep doctor and let us know how things progress for you.


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