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I am a 28 year old Singaporean who has obstructive sleep apnea and has been living a tough life trying to keep myself awake or have enough energy to do work. As I am diagnosed with such, I require a CPAP machine which costs at an average of $2500 so that I can be energized again and live a healthier and better life.
What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a condition where a person stops breathing periodically during their sleep. It can lead to chronic fatigue, headaches and rarely suffocation that can lead to death.
What is a CPAP machine?
Continuous positive airway pressure machine is something that helps a person who has obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) breathe more easily during sleep. It increases air pressure in my throat so that my airway doesn't collapse when I breathe in. It makes me breathe better during my sleep so that I will not wake up exhausted every morning.
I am currently going to be undergoing a sleep study to get it checked proper. I live alone in a rental room and is trying my best to make ends meet with my job. I cannot find another place to look for the treatment except to be able to afford the amount. I need the energy to work, to exercise, to change my life and I really want it for the better. I feel that once I receive this, it will be a good start to a life I can change for the better.
I do hope people can assist me with me as I have other medical treatments I need to pay for but this is something I really cannot save up to afford.
Thank you very much for reading my campaign. I hope people can help out by then.
- Mohamed Hafeez Bin Mohamed Azmi
- Campaign Owner
CPAP Machine Obtained!Update posted by Mohamed Hafeez Bin Mohamed Azmi at 04:52 am
Due to everyone's help, I am able to afford a cheap $1200 CPAP machine which is at the mark we have reached. Thanks everyone for helping out. I appreciate it a whole lot!~
Sleep Study ResultsUpdate posted by Mohamed Hafeez Bin Mohamed Azmi at 04:05 am
Hello everyone!Thank you for helping donate to my campaign so far and I have gotten the results for my sleep study. Apparently, I stopped breathing 150 times an hour during my sleep and my oxygen levels went down to 70%. For comparison, a normal reading would be breathing stopped at. . . . .
Sleep StudyUpdate posted by Mohamed Hafeez Bin Mohamed Azmi at 12:17 am
Hello everyone! Thank you for the donations that has been sent over so far.I just got back from the sleep study and the doctors had me try out a CPAP machine for my sleep at the hospital earlier to test it out. It's definitely better and I feel more refreshed. . . . .