March 15, 2014

Must-have-titles for your Sleep Bookshelf...


 Dr. Dement's 1991 book set the stage for the discussion about the importance of sleep to health. Our hope is that he will have an opportunity to provided an updated version.



Written in 1993 Professor Stradling's book is still an authoritative text on the subject of sleep apnea - diagnosis and treatment. 

Dr. Lavie's book is a fascinating history of the study of breathing with some unlikely characters along the way.

























Dr. Park, an ENT surgeon has an interesting take on how to address issues of sleep and sleep- disordered breathing.


There are so many other volumes on the subject worth reading and having as part of your sleep library.

Sleep well.



7 comments:

sheila olson said...

This book is really awesome. I have recently bought a sleep apnea machine which is helping me to sleep easily.
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Alexi Davenport said...

My husband has sleep apnea. His symptoms are pretty minor, but it is still enough that he has been diagnosed. I had no idea there were these informational books about the condition! I will have to check them out and have my husband read them. Even if he doesn't, I would be interested to know more about it.
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Roxanne Rook said...

My brother-in-law has struggled with sleep apnea his whole life. I just bought him a copy of "The Head Trip" by Jeff Warren but I'll be sure to hunt these down for him too. Thanks for the recommendations!

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DentalCare Canada said...

Sleep Apnea is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing are taken place, while you sleep. Thanks for sharing the names of the books which contain deep information on Sleep Apnea. Central Sleep Apnea can occur with obstructive Sleep Apnea or alone. Such Obstructive sleep apnea are seen more in overweight people, but it can affect anyone.

Jak Manson said...

Did you know that there are sleep apnea dentist out there that can help you out with your sleep apnea? That is what they are to do and I had no idea that sleep apnea was linked with your teeth, but it is. That is so cool that they have found out how to take care of it.
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Amber Johnson said...

My little brother found out that he has sleep apnea last week. I have been trying to learn more about what it is and what can be done. There are so many books and resource, it is very impressive! I'm sure they will be a big help and increase my understanding of this condition.

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Interesting blog post; Professor Stradling's books is one of the better ones.