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How should a 32 yr old feel after a "good" night's sleep? Getting up at 5am after 8-9 hrs sleep mean I have to feel sluggish? Cpap for apnea/fibro

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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Cpap

Check with your doc.
For possible adjustment to your CPAP pressure gauge.

In brief: Cpap

Check with your doc.
For possible adjustment to your CPAP pressure gauge.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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Dr. Tracey Marks
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No

You should wake feeling rested and ready to start your day no matter time you wake as long as you got adequate sleep.
If you are using CPAP and are still waking feeling unrested, you need to have your levels checked to make sure your CPAP is adjusted properly for you. You should always get follow up testing after you have implemented a treatment for sleep apnea to make sure it's working.

In brief: No

You should wake feeling rested and ready to start your day no matter time you wake as long as you got adequate sleep.
If you are using CPAP and are still waking feeling unrested, you need to have your levels checked to make sure your CPAP is adjusted properly for you. You should always get follow up testing after you have implemented a treatment for sleep apnea to make sure it's working.
Dr. Tracey Marks
Dr. Tracey Marks
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not sluggish unless

Do you have a weight/obesity problem? Significan obesity can make a person feel sluggish.
Also CPAP could be what is giving you sluggish feeling although you think you are getting a good night's sleep. Discuss this with your CPAP prescribing physician.

In brief: Not sluggish unless

Do you have a weight/obesity problem? Significan obesity can make a person feel sluggish.
Also CPAP could be what is giving you sluggish feeling although you think you are getting a good night's sleep. Discuss this with your CPAP prescribing physician.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. George Klauber
Please keep trying. Major weight-loss can be very difficult and a lifelong endevour, however it's worth it in the end. Also agree with Drs Ali & Marks that your CPAP probably needs to be adjusted. Good Luck
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