How Sleep Apnea Can Kill Your 2019 Goals [Podcast 56]

5 reasons why you can't reach your sleep and health goal for 2019

You made your New Years resolution to lose weight, stop smoking or sleep better. But why is it that it’s so hard to keep going, let alone even to get started? If you have untreated obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), kathy and I will cover 5 of the most common reasons why people fail in keeping any goal in life. 

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What are your specific sleep goals for 2019?

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Show Notes

How OSA Can Ruin Your New Years Resolutions blog post

Sleep apnea and cancer link

Sleep Apnea Darth Vader Photo

CPAP Alternatives podcast

Sleep apnea and erectile dysfunction blog post

Sexual intimacy and OSA blog post

OSA and brain damage interview with Dr. Harper

Brain dysfunction and sleep deprivation  interview with Dr. Borelli

SMART goals

Historical figures who took regular naps


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4 thoughts on “How Sleep Apnea Can Kill Your 2019 Goals [Podcast 56]

  1. I just started treating my mild to moderate sleep apnea with a dental appliance, after an epic failure to comply with the CPAP machine 10 years ago.
    Any tips on this, ESPECIALLY recommendations for apps or other monitoring systems to use during the process of advancing appliance/jaw, prior to a second sleep test.

  2. Find an ENT doctor who accepts my insurance who is willing to help me (UARS). I’m even checking outsie of my state (MO) which has no one I have been able to find who will treat me.
    Loose 10 lbs to see if it can help me enough to get by until I find a doctor.

  3. Thank you for the valuable information. I am one of the expert deniers, despite experiencing so many of the problems you described. After reaching the point of thinking “my life would be so much better if I didn’t have to deal with the whole sleep thing”. I have finally after two previous failed attempts with CPAP and BiPAP (3-4 months each) have scheduled to get a new sleep study and then determine a plan of action from there.