Wannasleep wrote:I've had mild asthma for years and had to use a puffer a couple times a day. I quit smoking 4 yrs. ago and was able to throw the puffers away except for the odd day I was working in dusty conditions. I started using the Resmed S8 back in mid Jan. of this year. (set at 8)
Now, if I wake up a little early and go to the bathroom, it seems like I have to put the mask back on when I return to bed so I can breathe easy.
I'm also back to where I'm using the puffer daily again.
Can these machines be aiding your lungs to the point where they are actually weakening them? Should a person be doing lung exercises?
Anyone else with similar experiences?
LaPopessa wrote:I have had the same problem. But I've never been a smoker and don't have asthma. So my doctors are baffled. They've given me an inhaler to use twice a day for 6 weeks to see if that helps, but so far it hasn't. My lung x-rays are fine and they can't figure out what is going on.
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