Phantom Sleep Resources to help people with sleep problems understand, identify, and overcome sleep apnea, snoring, and other sleep disorders.
New Technology Publishing, Inc.
Phantom Sleep Resources TM
to help you overcome sleep apnea, snoring & other sleep problems
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|Sleep apnea quiz Free, self-scoring sleep apnea quiz to help identify obstructive sleep apnea syndrome|
|Snoring is a cry for help Not only is snoring potentially dangerous, but it can be a warning of sleep apnea--which can wreck a life if not recognized and treated.|
|Depression and apnea Sleep apnea can cause depression--here's how to be aware of it and how to deal with it.|
|Selections, table of contents, Praise and reviews by readers (patients & professionals). Phantom of the Night has been used by thousands of people with sleep apnea and snoring to work with their physicians to obtain effective relief...enough information to be used by physicians and other health care professionals.|
|Heart disease and accidents Sleep apnea may be the hidden cause of deaths from heart disease and transportation industry accidents.|
|Clive Layton, a cardiologist on apnea and heart disease Sleep apnea, snoring, and the heart---as seen by a cardiologist By Clive Layton, London Bridge Hospital A clear discussion of the connection between sleep disordered breathing and heart disease.|
|Seven steps Seven steps to obtain relief from sleep apnea syndrome|
|How to order Phantom of the Night Written by a medical expert and a patient to help patients overcome sleep apnea. Here's how to order Phantom of the Night.|
|Bibliography of Sleep and Sleep Disorders List of selected books about sleep apnea, snoring, and sleep disorders|
|Sleeping on the Internet Sleeping on the Internet is an annotated guide to Internet resources dealing with sleep|
|Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Its Lesser Twin, Snoring An overview of what you can do about sleep apnea and snoring by Dr. Gila Lindsley, Ph.D.Phantom Sleep Newsletters #1, from SleepWell®|
|sleep apnea FAQ Sleep Apnea FAQ (Originally created by Doug Linder)|
|S.N.O.R.E. S.N.O.R.E--Sleep apNoea / apNea Online Resource for Education (Originally created by Doug Linder)|
|CPAP and other treatment devices Treatment devices for obstructive sleep apnea include Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), bi-level positive airway pressure, and a number of intelligent, auto, and PAP devices.|
|Anesthesia and the apnea patient Anesthesia and the apnea patient Your life may depend on reading this report by Dave Hargett. Based on a presentation by an anesthesiologist to a patient education group.|
|Cuestionario de autoevaluacisn Cuestionario de autoevaluacisn de Apneas de Suego Spanish translation; with permission and on the site of a patient support group in Spain.Free, self-scoring sleep apnea quiz.|
|Why bother with a back-up system? Part 1--Why bother with a back-up system? Alternative and backup power supplies for CPAP by Jerry Halberstadt with Gary Collins, Charles Woodson, Lawton Mullin; and Shane Finn and others at ResMed TM .|
|A battery backup system Part 2: A battery backup system for use with CPAP treatment -- Battery Operation of CPAP Devices for Sleep Apnea Treatment,(Phantom Sleep NewsletterTM : Apnea series, #1)|
|Very Technical Notes Part 3--Very Technical Notes -- Battery Operation of CPAP Devices for Sleep Apnea Treatment, (Phantom Sleep Newsletter TM : Apnea series, #1)|
|Safety Warnings Part 4--Essential Safety Warnings|
|About Resources to SleepWell About Resources to SleepWell ® by Dr. Gila Lindsley, Ph.D.|
|Treating Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Its Lesser Twin, Snoring--Phantom Sleep NewsletterTM #S1 from SleepWell ® , by Dr. Gila Lindsley, Ph.D.|
|SAD Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): About light, depression & melatonin--Phantom Sleep Newsletter TM #S2 from SleepWell ® By Gila Lindsley, Ph.D. A psychologist explains the biological impact of light on mood in this timely, conversational article.|
|Sleep Problem Alert Sleep Problem Alert for the Parents of Teenagers, Preteens, and the College-aged--Phantom Sleep NewsletterTM #S3 from SleepWell ® #3|
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The Editor, Jerry Halberstadt, is President and Publisher of New Technology Publishing, Inc. He has sleep apnea syndrome managed with CPAP and is the co-author of a handbook of sleep apnea and snoring.
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