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Posts categorized as “Sleep”

Restful Nights, Better Days

Posted on October 1, 2020

Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center’s Sleep Disorder Center helped Debbie Bullen stop snoring and improve her quality of life.

Resisting the Rest

Posted on November 6, 2019

James Kaufman works in the Food Services department of Fort Sanders Regional. Surrounded by coffee containers in the hospital coffee shop, he remembers a time when even a good dose of caffeine couldn’t keep him alert.

Camp Snore-No-More

Posted on February 14, 2019

Reed Thomas said that later his friend gave him a study linking untreated sleep apnea to the possibility of early death. Convinced, he underwent a sleep study and was fitted with a C-PAP device.

Sleep Apnea

Posted on November 21, 2018

Life is filled with moments that are meant to take your breath away. Bedtime isn’t supposed to be one of them.

Bedtime Story

Posted on August 24, 2017

Librarian’s sleep apnea ends “happily ever after” Once upon a time there was a librarian. A very, very tired librarian. At bedtime, the clock would slowly tick by the hours – one … two … three – before she could drift off to sleep. The next day, she trudged along as if she were walking […]

It’s A New Day

Posted on February 17, 2016

The Sleep Disorders Center at Fort Sanders Regional has given countless patients renewed energy to get up and live life instead of trying to sleep through it.