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    In my mission of mass I've developed sleep athmeia. My snoring is so bad I shake the bed and the family tells me there's no where in the house to escape it..

    My wife told me I also stop breathing quite often.. So I now have to have a sleep study done and go on a machine at night.

    Anyone else go through this?

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    The snoring part I did.Didnt wait to go to a sleep center I know what caused it. I was 275lbs at 6ft. It's all cool being big but not fun otherwise.
    Once I lost weight I was back to normal. I still snore a bit but nothing like I did. I sleep the best when Im around 230-240lbs as Im now with low body fat.

    Trim up a little especially body fat and you will see a difference.
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    Then you may need to come off the juice for a while then.
    The other thing that worked for me is to have a fan in my face blowing cool air unless you want to sleep with a face mask and stuff.
    I also think there is a type of surgery to tighten up the back of the throat. Im not much fan of that
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    How dare you make such a statement.
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    I'm at the end of a heavy cycle. So we'll see if it changes. I'm guessing no as this seems to be a mass related problem..
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    lol yea been there done that brotha. Usually it gets better once you lower anabolics and lose a few lbs.
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    Sleep apnea is a bigger concern than most think it is. For the time being try sleeping on your side or stomach.
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    If you sleep with your head and upper body elevated to about 15* using a wedge or active base under your bed it can take a lot of pressure off your chest cavity and help open your airways. This can lead to an elimination of snoring and possibly fixing your sleep ap. problem.
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