LittleMoreAwakeG1 wrote:I realize this topic may have been covered in the past, but I nevertheless want to resurrect it. For anyone out there who seemed to suffer from Â¨sleep debtÂ¨ and recovered from it during CPAP treatment, how long did it take you to Â¨pay backÂ¨the debt and how did you know you finally paid it off? Was it gradual? What it sudden? Was it the consistency of having positive sleep experiences night after night that led you to think youÂ´d achieved a new plateau?
hhopper wrote:Look at how much water is used up each night. I discovered that when my mask was leaking, I would use up all of the water. And when it's not leaking, I only use less then half of the water.
(If you don't have a humidifier then this won't work for you.)
TedG954 wrote:... what the Federal Nocturnal Reserve sets as a prime rate. Depending on the Euro Snooze, the Sleep Dept may rise or lower. Many sleep investors, as of late, have been securing Mexican Siestas and various trances from the Far East. If you just dabble in Sleep, as I do, don't worry about the debt. Just enjoy what your CPAP investment has to offer on a night to night basis.
I hope this helps to explain ZZZ-Economics.
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