Sleep deprivation can create all sorts of problems for us, including a heightened perception of pain. So it's possible that getting the apnea under control will help that.
Let us know how it goes and be patient with it all. It can take some trial and error to get it all sorted out to best serve you but it's well worth it.
Did you tell your doctor at the time of your sleep study that you experience all these things? Most of your symptoms are part of the sleep apnea(check out that link for a list). I hope you get the machine soon.View Thread
Our bedrooms are one of the most important rooms in our home. Large or small, it's where we sleep, are intimate with our partners, maybe read or watch TV, cuddle with our kids, and more.
Whether it's about the bed itself or the room, what is your favorite item in your bedroom?
Mine is a picture on the wall, drawn by a friend of a place which was magical to me (Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach on the Oregon Coast) and always reminds me of my dearest friend who has since died.View Thread
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