The New York Times recently produced an excellent audio-visual piece where they interviewed 6 patients who have obstructive sleep apnea. They underwent different treatment options, and all describe what it’s like to live with sleep apnea. The prevailing theme is that there are no stereotypes for sleep apnea and your choice of treatment for this condition differs for different people. If you know you have it and are either procrastinating in undergoing a sleep study, or if you’ve already been diagnosed, and are hesitant about trying various treatment options, I strongly urge you to listen to this program. Some of the comments are very poignant.