> In a message dated 5/24/06 4:59:43 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> Sleep apnea while sitting up is quite unusual, I think. Have you
> doctor about this?
> Yes and I use a C-pap. Formally diagnosed with a sleep test in a
> hospital. Lack of quality sleep at night causes you to fall asleep
> easily when sitting down and relaxed during the rest of the day.
You're still not getting quality sleep even with the C-pap?
Otherwise I'd wonder if you weren't making up for the
sleep deprivation that occurred before you got the
C-pap, and that eventually you'd be less likely to
fall asleep while meditating.
On the other hand, if you're still not getting quality
sleep, maybe it would be a good thing to make up for
some of it during your meditation periods?
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