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Old 10-10-2012, 09:29 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by angie828 View Post
Anyone on here have sleep apnea? If so do you have to use a machine at night? Years ago I had a sleep test done but never got it read right because I barely slept that night. Now I am so tired all the time and think this may be the cause of it. I do not really want to sleep with a machine each night but would love to feel rested again.
Lose weight, period. I was developing it when I pushed 270lbs, went on a weight loss crusade to the mid 230's, regained back into the 250s-low 260s and have no problems anymore.
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