So I have had my cpap machine for five years with little success of relieving the apnea. I take a sedating med at night and this complicates things. I have tried really high pressure and low pressure and my AHI numbers are always really bad, and never in a normal range to indicate the machine is doing it’s job. My sleep doctor said to not worry about the numbers and that it is more important how I feel, but I do wonder if I would feel even better if I could lower my numbers. Has anyone else had a similar experience? I have thought about trying a dental device but they can be expensive and I have they are less successful that’s cpap for some. Any advice?

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