"I didn't realize I had sleep apnea until I collapsed in my living room. I was 38-years-old at the time of the incident. Fortunately for me, the doctor at the hospital where I was taken was also a sleep center lab director. After administering the test to measure his brain’s electrical signals and learn about the blackout, he told me he that I have a sleep disorder and recommended a sleep study.
Soon, using CPAP became routine. It wasn’t long before he noticed some changes. After being on CPAP treatment for several weeks, My ability to concentrate was noticeably better. What are the alternatives to avoid a sleep disorder? I started to think the problem is returning back."