This site was established back in 2013 when I was diagnosed with Sleep Apnea during a sleep study that was recommended to me by of all people, a dentist.
The site was set up to be a place where I could publish content relating to my journey with overcoming Sleep Apnea, but over time, it’s evolved into more of a repository about living with sleep apnea and treating the symptoms that it causes so that you can lead a healthy and productive life.
In our tenth year of operation, I’ve decided to lean back into this site and start producing more content because after a decade, I think I’ve learned a lot and have information worth sharing.
Hi, my name is Sean Kaye, and I suffer from severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
I know what it’s like to go through the day-to-day experiences of the condition because I’ve been living with it for over a decade.
One thing that I found a little frustrating about OSA was that the information online didn’t really cater to me. I decided to create this site as a hub of information and news on sleep apnea, as well as my personal experiences, having been recently diagnosed with the condition.
Oh sure, there was plenty of detailed medical information about Sleep Apnea and all of the negative aspects of what it means for your health. There were also some really great forums where people were talking about their masks and their machines. I just struggled to find genuine information from people about their sleep apnea problems, how it impacted their life, how they were going about treating the problem and what it meant for them.
It would be easy to sit here and put a site together that spouted off statistics and technology details, but would that be adding anything to people who are looking for answers? Would that help anyone?
I don’t think so.
What I want to share is pretty straightforward, I want to keep you abreast of the latest health and information regarding sleep-related respiratory issues and I want to share with you my experiences as I go through this treatment process over the long term.
If I can create information that helps even just one person realize that they have a problem and gets them moving down the path to improved health and well-being, then that’s awesome – ideally, this site will help plenty of people, but let’s start small.
Please feel free to reach out to me via our Contact Us page with any of your questions or feedback!