Do you have sleep disorders?
Have you always had them or did you develop them? How do you deal with them?
Is extreme night owl-isms considered a sleep disorder? If so, I have always had it. I also like to nap to make up for it. In terms of dealing with it...like my finances...I kind of ignore them except when I'm embracing them.
I seem to not be able to sleep as well as the rest of my family. Usually, I just try and render the sleeping pattern out until it works with my work and school times.
I have sleep apnea. It is something you develop as you age. I was first diagnosed 10 years ago. I never got enough sleep, always tired, lethargic, and would sometimes drift off to sleep while driving. I had to get help. Now, since being diagnosed, I use a CPAP which allows me to continually breath as i sleep. Sleep apnea can be deadly if not treated. This condition usually occurs in people 50+. But, I have met patients who are as young as 22 years old.
I have sleep apnea. I was falling asleep several times during the day, just sitting at my desk. Also I had a lot of times at night where I would wake up almost in a panic attack for no reason.
Was diagnosed with sleep apnea and have a CPAP machine. I was told I would sleep better, life would be brighter - and I do sleep better, and never wake up panicked anymore from lack of oxygen - but the darn mask is so uncomfortable I wake up several times a night anyway now.
yes, my sleep disorder is my husband because he can't sleep and keeps waking me up! lol
Yes, my sleep apnea is due to medications and husband`s snoring habit. I take melatonin 6 mg, everyday. It does help me a lot.
I had severe sleep apnea. Not sleeping was ruining my life over the past few years, I was taking 2-3 naps during the day just to get through and I got up every morning feeling like I had a hangover. Last spring I underwent jaw surgery; they broke my jaw and moved it forward 14mm in order to open up my airway. I had tried cpap for months and it never worked for me. The surgery had a long healing time and it was hard to get through, but it was the best thing I ever did for myself. I sleep like a baby now for 7-8 hours a night and have stopped needing naps during the day. Surgery is a drastic solution but is well worth it for a lot of us.
by inventionaddict6 years ago
I have sleep apnea. How can I get a good night sleep while I wait for the breathing machine?
by Faith Reaper2 years ago
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by Moon Willow Lake7 years ago
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by oberbreckling9 years ago
I was just told by my doctors nurse that I have Restless leg syndrome. I did a sleep test 3 weeks ago, and they just got back to me. She said the doctor did'nt leave any details, but she said somebody would come to the...
by beverlyannblock6 years ago
Do you have sleep apnea?
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