Sleep apnea!

Well, yesterday I picked up my CPAP. Last night I used it for the first time. It was … fine? Awkward, but not impossible? Will take some adjustment?

And for the next thirty days I am on administrative duties at work, until the Flight Surgeon is assured that I am complying with treatment and that the treatment is effective.




One Response

  1. You will fall deeply in love with your CPAP. You won’t be able to sleep without it. No longer will you be able to sneak in a quick nap at someone else’s house. You will have to have your CPAP. You will also begin to feel renewed. That’s the beauty of it. Gradually you will realize you are more rested. More cognizant. It’s a lovely feeling.
    I’ve just stumbled across your writings. They… you… speak to a part of deeply embedded. You make me feel safe. For that I thank you.

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