I just started cpap and have 3 different types of apnea, Central, Obstructive, and Chenay Stokes disorder. ( Not sure I spelled that right) I have been dizzy, lightheaded,headache, and can't seem to get eenough sleep. I am sleeping with my cpap Day and Night. I was in bed 95% of the time before cpap. I believe it is severe. Is this normal?View Thread
I was just diagnosed with severe sleep apnea. I have also had fibro since 2002. Since the fibro I have never had a good nights sleep. It seems to be part of the disorder. But hypothalmus, pituitary, adrenal axis malfunction along with atonomic nervous system has alot to do with this. I see an integrative specialist and it seems to help some but unless hormones are addressed you continue to have problems. I have a growth hormone deficiency which could be from the lack of deep sleep. But no one will even think about replacing the growth hormone; even in minute amounts! I think after awhile my deep sleep may change that. So much associated with fibro and sleep disorders. I still have questions myself!! Good luck!View Thread
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