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Are those who experience Sleep Apnea ashamed of it? I understand the answer for personally
is a resounding "no." But for others, it's not so simple. To my way of thinking, Sleep Apnea is
a common disorder to that no stigma is attached. Sure, sleeping investing in a hose attached
to a respiration machine every night is inconvenient, but I don't feel as if it is something I
crisis to hide. Sleep Apnea Forum

But for my friend Peter (name amended for sake of anonymity), it's a brown mark that he
feels compelled to hide from others. When he wakes up in the morning, he takes attention to
stash the machine, mask and other apparatus out of the view of anyone who might visit his
home.

When he travels, he will insist on staying in a room alone, even though others are pairing up
and sleeping in the same hotel room. And if he has a lady friend through to spend the night,
he many undoubtedly will not sleep with the machine that night. Sleep Apnea Forum

In fact, he ought to continue it out of a significant a larger number of for weeks, maybe
months, until he felt exceedingly close provided her. Now, I'm married and he's single. I live
in the 'burbs and he lives in the city. Perhaps these lifestyle differences account for some of
the gap between how we feel about our Sleep Apnea. Sleep Apnea Forum

Until I meet someone with Sleep Apnea who's married and also feels that having the disorder
is a stigma, this is the only hypothesis I have. When is the last time you have a good sleep?
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Description: Are those who experience Sleep Apnea ashamed of it? I understand the answer for personally is a resounding "no." But for others, it's not so simple. To my way of thinking, Sleep Apnea is a common disorder to that no stigma is attached. Sure, sleeping investing in a hose attached to a respiration machine every night is inconvenient, but I don't feel as if it is something I crisis to hide.