One (1) dog with gas + CPAP … smells disaster

I came across a funny post just now about the perils of using a CPAP machine. It said, “Today, my dog farted next to my CPAP sleep/breathing machine. The machine sucked up her fart, compressed it, and promptly injected it up both of my nostrils” (http://www.fmylife.com/animals/8202300).

Screen Shot 2014-10-09 at 9.12.04 AMIf he had read my free eBook, that might have been avoided but then again, I would have missed out on a bit of a chuckle.

 

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CPAP Fail

Screen Shot 2014-10-09 at 9.38.39 AMWhen I was first diagnosed with sleep apnea, I was prescribed a CPAP machine. This is a device that consists of an air compressor, a mask, and some tubing. After a few days of not sleeping due to the noise and discomfort, I put it in the closet and found out that many other people do the same thing. Even if you can use this device and get uninterrupted sleep, you have to take it with you when you go on vacation. I guess that I am a bit lazy and always believe that there is a better way to do things. That is why I started researching ways to overcome sleep apnea without using a CPAP. After two years of research and trying out countless theories and devices, I finally figured it out.

Read my free eBook (http://wp.me/P5950Y-d) for eliminating Snoring and Sleep Apnea without a CPAP.

 

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