Just saw your post. I have central apnea which is from the brain & not obstruction it can happen when you are awake too. Anxiety also causes shallow breathing which will periodically cause a huge sigh, deep breath.
Just a quick note to say hi! If it's only been six day then it's not been long enough for you to really know.
Keep a diary of what you are eating and drinking each day. You can get a small pocket size note book.
If after you have ate something and it feels like you are going to have the reflux etc. then try to avoid that
particular food. Chew your food slowly and completely (not rushed). Soda's (coke,pepsi, etc,) will cause your
stomach to swell causing reflux or acid enhancer. Take your medication with water. Give yourself about 30 minutes
after taking the med before eating and drinking to see if that may help.
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