• Snooze Cruise

    From Sean Rima@618:500/14.1 to Warpslide on Tue Nov 3 21:00:20 2020
    Hello Warpslide!

    15 Oct 20 13:46, you wrote to me:

    Re: Another Helicopter ride
    By: Sean Rima to August Abolins on Thu Oct 15 2020 05:49 pm


    I am in hospital now and catching uo with echomail as you do.
    Sleep Apnea test. Sean

    I have one of those booked for next week. Let me know how it goes...

    I have a CPAC now. And it is smart, I can monitor it on bluetooth and it sends data via wifi

    Sean


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  • From Warpslide@618:500/23 to Sean Rima on Tue Nov 3 16:58:03 2020
    On 03 Nov 2020, Sean Rima said the following...

    I have one of those booked for next week. Let me know how it goes...

    I have a CPAC now. And it is smart, I can monitor it on bluetooth and it sendsdata via wifi

    I had my sleep test, but I have to wait until the 30th to get my results.

    I'm sure I slept, but not very well. I feel sorry for the poor man who knocked & opened my door at 5:45am to wake me up... ;)

    Booked the next day off and slept until noon once I got home.


    Jay

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  • From Sean Rima@618:500/14.1 to Warpslide on Wed Nov 4 00:08:54 2020
    Hello Warpslide!

    03 Nov 20 16:58, you wrote to me:

    I have one of those booked for next week. Let me know how
    it goes...

    I have a CPAC now. And it is smart, I can monitor it on bluetooth
    and it sendsdata via wifi

    I had my sleep test, but I have to wait until the 30th to get my
    results.

    I'm sure I slept, but not very well. I feel sorry for the poor man
    who knocked & opened my door at 5:45am to wake me up... ;)

    Booked the next day off and slept until noon once I got home.

    They called me in about 2 weeks after the test to get fitted to the device. I find I sleep ok with it, although it has yet to give me a proper night's sleep

    Sean


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  • From Steve Helferich to Sean Rima on Wed Nov 4 19:24:52 2020
    Re: Snooze Cruise
    By: Sean Rima to Warpslide on Wed Nov 04 2020 12:08 am

    They called me in about 2 weeks after the test to get fitted to the device. I find I sleep ok with it, although it has yet to give me a proper night's sleep

    I've had my resmed airsense 10 for about a year now and love it. It did take awhile to get used to but I've found it helps alot and I can't sleep comfortably without it at this point. I use it pretty religiously, once it broke on a weekend and I couldn't get it replaced until Monday and that Sunday night was pretty rough. Also if I'm really congested because I'm sick or allergies are super bad I can't breath with the mask on and end up taking it off and don't sleep very well those nights.

    Immortal


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  • From August Abolins@618:510/1.1 to Warpslide on Tue Nov 10 07:59:00 2020
    Hello Warpslide!

    ** On Tuesday 03.11.20 - 16:58, Warpslide wrote to Sean Rima:

    I had my sleep test, but I have to wait until the 30th to
    get my results.

    I'm sure I slept, but not very well. I feel sorry for the
    poor man who knocked & opened my door at 5:45am to wake
    me up... ;)

    Booked the next day off and slept until noon once I got home.


    So.. you had a *good* solid stretch of sleep? How many hours?



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  • From Warpslide@618:500/23 to August Abolins on Tue Nov 10 13:43:02 2020
    On 10 Nov 2020, August Abolins said the following...

    I had my sleep test, but I have to wait until the 30th to
    get my results.

    So.. you had a *good* solid stretch of sleep? How many hours?

    I'm sure I have various stretches, but I wouldn't call them good. I was in bed by say ~10:30. A lot of tossing & turning while trying not to strangle myself on tubes & wires.

    Around 5am (I'm assuming, there was no clock in the room) they started waking others up, so a lot of talking in the hallways & doors opening and closing. I wasn't really either awake or asleep from that point to 5:45 when he came into my room.

    So 10:30 to 5am = 6.5 hours in bed, probably 4 to 5 hours of actual sleep, if I had to guess. I'm sure they'll tell me more at my follow-up appointment.

    Jay

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  • From Daryl Stout@618:250/33 to August Abolins on Wed Nov 11 07:26:00 2020
    August,

    So.. you had a *good* solid stretch of sleep? How many hours?

    Lately, the only time I get a good sleep is when I'm sedated
    for a medical procedure.

    But, the tagline below applies, too. :P

    Daryl

    ... Frequent naps prevent old age; especially if taken while driving.
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  • From Warpslide@618:500/23 to Charles Pierson on Wed Nov 11 10:32:51 2020
    On 11 Nov 2020, Charles Pierson said the following...

    Unfortunately, being somewhere around 6.5' tall, it felt somewhat short to me.

    I had a goal when I was a teenager to be 6'5, but I stopped growing at 5'10...

    Jay

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  • From Nick Andre@618:500/24 to Warpslide on Wed Nov 11 12:24:40 2020
    On 11 Nov 20 10:32:51, Warpslide said the following to Charles Pierson:

    Unfortunately, being somewhere around 6.5' tall, it felt somewhat short to me.

    I had a goal when I was a teenager to be 6'5, but I stopped growing at 5'10.

    Bah! Tall people problems!

    Nick

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  • From Warpslide@618:500/23 to Nick Andre on Wed Nov 11 13:39:43 2020
    On 11 Nov 2020, Nick Andre said the following...

    I had a goal when I was a teenager to be 6'5, but I stopped growing at

    Bah! Tall people problems!

    https://www.shirtsmyway.com/articles/images/main/big-and-tall-dress-shirts-001. jpg

    Jay

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  • From Sean Rima@618:500/14.1 to Steve Helferich on Wed Nov 18 22:01:08 2020
    Hello Steve!

    04 Nov 20 19:24, you wrote to me:

    Re: Snooze Cruise
    By: Sean Rima to Warpslide on Wed Nov 04 2020 12:08 am

    They called me in about 2 weeks after the test to get fitted to
    the device. I find I sleep ok with it, although it has yet to
    give me a proper night's sleep

    I've had my resmed airsense 10 for about a year now and love it. It
    did take awhile to get used to but I've found it helps alot and I
    can't sleep comfortably without it at this point. I use it pretty religiously, once it broke on a weekend and I couldn't get it replaced until Monday and that Sunday night was pretty rough. Also if I'm
    really congested because I'm sick or allergies are super bad I can't breath with the mask on and end up taking it off and don't sleep very
    well those nights.

    I got the Philips Dreammapper from the Irish health service. Amazing machine and I find it easier to get to sleep now. Of course it is early days for me

    Sean


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  • From August Abolins@618:250/1.9 to Sean Rima on Wed Nov 18 19:20:00 2020
    Hello Sean!

    ** On Wednesday 18.11.20 - 22:01, Sean Rima wrote to Steve Helferich:

    I got the Philips Dreammapper from the Irish health
    service. Amazing machine and I find it easier to get to
    sleep now. Of course it is early days for me

    I have recently used the wood stove that sits about 6 feet
    from me. When I'm lying down, the gentle sounds of the burn
    and crackle of the wood lulls me to sleep very effectively.
    Normally, I just turn on talk radio for a 60 minute countdown.

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    ../|ug

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  • From Sean Rima@618:500/14.1 to August Abolins on Thu Nov 19 01:38:22 2020
    Hello August!

    18 Nov 20 19:20, you wrote to me:

    I got the Philips Dreammapper from the Irish health
    service. Amazing machine and I find it easier to get to
    sleep now. Of course it is early days for me

    I have recently used the wood stove that sits about 6 feet
    from me. When I'm lying down, the gentle sounds of the burn
    and crackle of the wood lulls me to sleep very effectively.
    Normally, I just turn on talk radio for a 60 minute countdown.

    If I am out on the boat, I can fall asleep in a second. Found the last few nights hard to sleep
    Sean


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  • From August Abolins@618:510/1.1 to Sean Rima on Thu Nov 19 08:04:00 2020
    Hello Sean!

    ** On Thursday 19.11.20 - 01:38, Sean Rima wrote to August Abolins:


    If I am out on the boat, I can fall asleep in a second. Found the last
    few nights hard to sleep Sean

    Maybe you need an adult size rocker/cradle!

    Maybe I've hit on something that we will now see in the market
    in a few years now that my "idea" has been mentioned. ;)

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    ../|ug

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  • From Sean Rima@618:500/14.1 to August Abolins on Thu Nov 19 16:13:02 2020
    Hello August!

    19 Nov 20 08:04, you wrote to me:

    If I am out on the boat, I can fall asleep in a second. Found the
    last few nights hard to sleep Sean

    Maybe you need an adult size rocker/cradle!

    Maybe I've hit on something that we will now see in the market
    in a few years now that my "idea" has been mentioned. ;)

    I had a moment like that years ago. A friend and I were discussing a biker hearse. Did some checks and none in Ireland or England. So designed a trike to take the coffin. But that was as far as it went, until this year when there are now 2 in Ireland

    Sean


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