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Sleep Apnea Book Club

a place to post members' (and non-members) books (titles, author, maybe publisher, etc.) in one place on the site so people can refer to it for reading material

Members: 44
Latest Activity: Feb 15, 2012

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Reason for Sleep Apnea Book Club 5 Replies

Inspired by Susan McCord's vision:"I've just been thinking.....there are several professionals on here who have written books. I always think I want to read them whenever I hear about another one,…Continue

Started by The SleepGuide Crew. Last reply by Mary Z Jun 30, 2011.

Best of Sleep Medicine 2011

 Selected from among thousands of journal articles in medicine, neurology, psychiatry and…Continue

Tags: best-sleep-medicine-book

Started by Mike May 27, 2011.

THE PROMISE OF SLEEP by William C. Dement, M.D., Ph.D. 7 Replies

Published by Dell Publishing -- a division of Random House, Inc. --- granddaddy of all sleep books, in my opinion.

Tags: sleep, promise, dement

Started by Mike. Last reply by Steven Y. Park, MD Feb 22, 2011.

Cook Books, Diet & Nutrition Books Reviews by SG members

As an offshoot of the SG Group: Loosing Pounds Sensibly and Sleep Apnea Support Group, it was suggested to add info on recommended books related to diet, ways of eating, cook books, nutrition.  So if…Continue

Tags: cooking, healthy eating, Nutrition, Diet, Cook Book

Started by RL Feb 27, 2010.

SLEEP TO SAVE YOUR LIFE: The Complete Guide to Living Longer and Healthier Through Restorative Sleep by Dr. Gerard Lombardo & Henry Ehrlich

Product DetailsPaperback: 320 pagesPublisher: Harper Paperbacks (September 19, 2006)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 0060742542ISBN-13: 978-0060742546This book was suggested by SG member Gerard Enright who…Continue

Tags: Henry, Ehrlich, Lombardo, Gerard, apnea

Started by RL Feb 15, 2010.

SLEEP, INTERRUPTED by Steven Y. Park, MD 5 Replies

Our own Dr. Park wrote this book in which he articulates his novel sleep-breathing paradigm.Continue

Tags: steven-y-park, interrupted, sleep

Started by The SleepGuide Crew. Last reply by Mike Feb 11, 2010.

No More Sleepless Nights

My pulmonary/Sleep disorders doctor recommened this book when I was having insomnia issues that started this spring. It has allot of good information in it.No More Sleepless Nights by Peter Hauri,…Continue

Started by KAL Dec 1, 2009.

DEADLY SLEEP by Mack D Jones, MD, SAAN 4 Replies

Our own Mack D. Jones is the author of this new release.

Tags: mack-jones, sleep, deadly

Started by The SleepGuide Crew. Last reply by 99 Nov 6, 2009.

PHANTOM OF THE NIGHT by T. Scott Johnson MD & Jerry Halberstat 2 Replies

New Technology Publishing ISBN 1-882431-00-6recommended by Ken GodishContinue

Started by Mike. Last reply by susan mccord Oct 6, 2009.

RESTLESS NIGHTS: UNDERSTANDING SNORING AND SLEEP APNEA 1 Reply

By Peretz Lavie, Yale University Press... a fascinating history of snoring and sleep apnea.Considering order this book or any other text on sleep apnea from Amazon going the ASAA portal -…Continue

Started by Edward Grandi. Last reply by susan mccord Oct 5, 2009.

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Comment by ValerieRose on October 4, 2009 at 5:09pm
So far my first and most riveting sleep apnea book is SLEEP INTERRUPTED By our own Steven Y. Park, M.D. The dedication he pours into all the information he openly shares with his readers is non stop and from the heart. One can tell he cares deeply about this subject. Once I get through this experience of OSA I will have Dr. Park to thank. I have learned so so much. Why couldn't one Doctor in the last 10 years suggested a sleep study???
Comment by susan mccord on October 4, 2009 at 2:54pm
Yeah, like maybe why they chose sleep as a profession, what prompted the writing of the book, their own personal experience (?) with sleep apnea?......
Comment by susan mccord on October 4, 2009 at 2:50pm
I SEE that. Looks good!!
Comment by Mike on October 4, 2009 at 2:32pm
changed the titles to ALL CAPS.
Comment by susan mccord on October 4, 2009 at 2:28pm
Yay, Jackie!! You're a Charter Member of SG's Book Club!!!
Comment by susan mccord on October 4, 2009 at 2:18pm
Mike, just a thought--I'm wondering about putting the book titles in all caps. It might make them stand out a little more, thereby creating the remote possibility that the title might stick in our sleep-starved brains!!
Comment by susan mccord on October 4, 2009 at 2:09pm
That would be worK, not word!!
Comment by susan mccord on October 4, 2009 at 2:08pm
Michael, you are a creative BEAST!! Talk about fast and dirty action!!!
I think this is great--I hope a lot of SG people join and give feedback about the books. It can't do anything but help us all become better-informed about this apnea business.
I'd like to see someone write a book in SIMPLE TERMS about what all the lab #s and interpretations mean. All that stuff still baffles me, but I'd like to have a reference source available......

Keep up the good word on behalf of apnea survivors!!

McCord
 

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