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I hope you find this site helpful in your journey.
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Posted 22 June 2013 - 08:29 AM
My father had parkinson and he bore it calmly.never even remember him talking much about it he never complained about any sleep problem maybe he had one not sure..he was a president of the parkinson group here for awhile also.The disease realy wore him down physicaly but he kept going.he lived till 76 his younger brother lived till 94 .He was in good health except for the PD .he would have lived alot longer hadn't been for the PD.
Posted 14 July 2013 - 11:17 AM
Hope this helps.
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Posted 03 September 2013 - 09:50 PM
A few nights I tried to go without it .unfortunatly my poor sleep came back the same night.
I do think my apnea is related to parkinson as I never had it before .
Maybe the foundation will look into this therapy seeing so many with Parkinson have poor sleep.
Hope you all had a good summer.Ive been fishing everyday if weather permits.parkinson has not stopped me from enjoying my hobbies.
My boat is one of the most active boats at the yacht club I belong to now
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Posted 23 September 2013 - 06:36 PM
i took a extra sinemet pill before I retired and slept sound with the cpac.When I checked the machine it turned out I didn't have any apnea that night. the machine usualy records 4 to eight apneas a night down from forty before the machine.This was the only night in six months that this happened.One more reason to think parkinson is the cause of the apnea.
Hope you all had a good summer.had a great garden this year ,still harvesting many veggies and raspberries galore.
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