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  • 6 months ago

    Sleep Apnea: CPAP or dental appliance?

    Hey everyone, I am suffering from sleep apnea. My wife complained that I used to snore in the midnight with very loud noise and I used to wake up in the midnight. I went to my family doctor who suggested undergoing Nocturnal polysomnography. I was not knowing what it was. As per doctor's proposal, I have undergone the test in which I was hooked up to equipment that monitors your heart, lung and brain activity, breathing patterns, arm and leg movements, and blood oxygen levels while you sleep....
  • 8 months ago

    Can't sleep

    I have been struggling with falling asleep at all. I have resorted to taking prescription zolpidem( ambian generic) but really would like to know what the underlying issue is. I did a sleep study but they said I had mild sleep apnea but not needing a machine yet. Really don't want one anyways! lol However, I feel like I never hit that deep sleep and my brain just will not shut off and never wake up feeling rested. Anyone have any ideas? I have tried natural and over the counter with no luck.
  • 8 months ago

    Anyone please

    Hello, I am 30 years old now.... there has been a drastic change in my sleep. I use to be able to get up immediately after any sound noise in ny house... i am vegan, i am not sure what’s going on but I am unable to get up for any alarms, my son who wakes me up for work at night started to tell me all these episodes of my actions when he attempts to do so. And so he started to record them, as I told him to do so. I kid you not, I don’t remember any of my episodes, talking crazy, grabbing my chest....
  • 11 months ago

    How to Get Your Best Sleep Ever

    Sleep. It can seem like the easiest thing in the world…until it’s not. Having a hard time catching enough ZZZs? Try these tips and tricks: http://wb.md/2FBUEc2 What have you done that’s helped you get a better night’s sleep?
  • 11 months ago

    New Here

    Hi! I'm new to these boards so I'm trying out all the ones that relate to me and saying hello. I have sleep apnea and fibromyalgia and between the two it feels like I'm exhausted constantly! Then for a few days a month it gets even worse and I barely do anything but sleep for those days! It's awful! Any suggestions?
  • over 1 year ago

    How long does it take to get results from a sleep study?

    Just got myself a sleep study, great! Made an appointment to see the specialist to go over the results. I ask for the earliest opening. I am scheduled to talk to the specialist 106 days after the sleep study. Is this an average wait?
  • over 1 year ago

    I seriously can't wake up

    I am still in high school and its very important for me to wake up at a certain time, but no matter what I do I still cannot wake up. I go to sleep every night at least by 10:45 at the latest. The only medicines I take at all are Vyvanse (A.k.a. lisdexamfetamine 40ml) in the morning when I'm leaving for school and Lexapro (A.k.a. escitalopram 20ml) after I eat dinner (normally around 7:30). I have been taking these medications for almost half a year now and they have never made me have a problem....
  • over 1 year ago

    sleep apnea

    have diagnosis of sleep apnea; using a C-PAP machine; dislike wearing the mask, question: does anyone have experience with the INSPIRE chip implant?
  • over 1 year ago

    Always sleepy.

    I use to be extremely athletic and only needed about 6 hours per days to function extremely well. I was able fall asleep at night. Never drank any energy drinks or take adderall. Over the years in my 20's, I end up getting extremely sleepy, I was not able to work or study without drinking energy drinks. I also have to take naps through out the days. Now, energy drinks do not work well. I wake up at night and have natural energy no matter how sleepy I was during the day. Even the days I do not....
  • over 1 year ago

    Tired most of the time

    Good day Please I hope you can help me, my husband works 12 hour shifts and sometimes more. He doesnt always sleep his 6 to 8 hours a night. Sometimes only 4 or less. Problem is that he goes through phases where he is tired ALLL the time and then sleeps. When he works its fine but as soon as he comes home he eats and sleeps. He has mentioned that he does feel his head is "thick and heavy" he struggles to wake up even after he has had a good sleep. He sometimes has headaches when he wakes....