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Uncovering the Sleep Apnea Industry – Preparing & Visiting My Doctor

After realizing that I have snoring and apnea sleep issues, I started looking into CPAP medical equipment costs, as well as the cost of CPAP Clinical Sleep Studies. Deciding that I have enough basic knowledge of the sleep industry, I started thinking about visiting a local doctor. One bright side of my insurance is there is

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Uncovering the Sleep Apnea Industry – The Cost of the Clinical Sleep Study and Titration Study

When I first started looking into solving my sleep and daily fatigue issues, after I did some research on the cost of CPAP medical equipment, I started by calling a local clinical sleep center.   From what I had read, this is where a doctor would send me to be evaluated for my snoring issues and

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I don’t sleep well anymore… I Snore. Do I have Sleep Apnea? Do I need a CPAP Sleep Machine?

Sleep: I find it pretty frustrating that something I’ve done every day for my entire 42 years of life could be something that I continually get worse at doing well. Why is it so hard to sleep? Why don’t I sleep well? If I practiced shooting free throws for 8 hours per day for 42

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Exploding Breakfast Sandwiches! An Easy and Exciting Breakfast for Little Kids

A while back, my infinitely creative wife culled up what turned out to be an exciting, very fun and super easy breakfast idea for our five-year-old son. An unofficial culinary wizard (by that I mean she binge-watches cooking contest shows entire seasons at a clip while studying and learning from them), but incredibly busy building her non-profit

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Active Therapeutic Sensory Bedroom for our Angry, Hyperactive Child (ODD & ADHD)

My son is and always has been very energetic.  When he was 1-2 years old, anyone that took care of him, be it a nanny, a sitter, or a daycare worker would be sure to let us know.  Early on, the nicer caregivers politely termed him as being “very busy.”   Then it was “strong-willed.”  As

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helping my hyperactive son learn to read using swing movement therapy

How I Help My Angry Hyperactive 5 Year Old Learn To Read (ODD & ADHD)

While my son is still a bit too young to be officially diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), he has been officially diagnosed by a licensed child neuro-psychologist as having ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder).  The psychologist has also indicated that the ADHD diagnosis is likely to come as he enters school age (he is

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8 Ball Pool by Miniclip – Gameplay Review & Tips To Help You Win More Games

A few weeks ago, I received a message on Facebook Messenger from my father in law to play a game of “8 Ball Pool”. I wasn’t expecting a game request to come on my phone’s Facebook Messenger app.  I thought it might be spam.  So I texted him, outside of FB Messenger, and asked if

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The Walmart Gift Card Fraud Scam that Walmart Doesn’t Care to Fix (Store 9115 RD)

Receiving Walmart Gift Cards for $1,500 My wife runs a local non-profit, Foster Kinship, that helps kids and their families.  Recently another non-profit purchased three $500 gift cards from a local Walmart store for a total of $1,500.  They gave the gift cards to Foster Kinship to purchase gifts for 50 kids as Christmas presents.

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