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Does Sleep Apnea cause weird dreams?

Sleep Health | Last Active: Mar 7, 2022 | Replies (14)

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I too had nightmares from sleep apnea and I think the CPAP contributed as well.I often woke up out of breath and shaking all over....even with the CPAP.
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@mygrain316 Thanks for the info... I don't think my sleep apnea is bad enough to consider an implant - but it's good to know that such a thing exists! Glad it worked for you!!

if ur body bmi is over 35% u cannot get inspire

i have had the exact same thing i believe we are not breathing and its our bodies way of waking us up right at the moment that the dream seems horrible or im going to die its outrageous.