Sleep apnea and CPAP

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Sleep apnea and CPAP

Postby BobVox » Mon Jan 01, 2018 6:13 pm

I found out 2 years ago that I have sleep apnea (which caused me to stop breathing nearly 30 times per hour and greatly affected how well I would sleep).

After started using a CPAP machine, I can sleep much better and started remembering more and more dreams, and some of them are kind of conscious...

I only had some reasonably lucid dreams so far, but no conscious OBEs.

Can anyone comment about experiences with the Phase while having sleep apnea (and regularly using a CPAP)?

Would that interfere in the process of reaching deeper states?

Thanks for any insights...

Cheers!
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