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Books on CPAP and Sleep Anea

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Gravitar +0 points · over 3 years ago Original Poster

There are a some interesting books available in Amazon Kindle Books on the subjects of sleep, CPAP, and sleep apnea. The one that helped me the most was one that explained how sleep, cardiovascular health, and nutrition were interrelated and could be "tweaked" for optimal performance during the sleep cycle. Good to know even if you don't have sleep apnea.

"How to SLEEP IT OFF and KEEP IT OFF" by William H. Lyon

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jnk +0 points · over 3 years ago

Two of my favorite books on sleep and CPAP-related issues are *Sleep, Interrupted *by Dr. Steven Park, an ENT physician, and *Sound Sleep, Sound Mind *by Barry Krakow M.D.

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