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RE: Lymes and sleep apnea
Yes, thanks, it is a very nasty disease and so easy to get bitten and not know it! I believe in many people it affects the neurological system and thus can cause sleep apnea...
08-25-2016 07:45 PM
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RE: Lymes and sleep apnea
(08-25-2016 07:45 PM)somnia16 Wrote:  Yes, thanks, it is a very nasty disease and so easy to get bitten and not know it! I believe in many people it affects the neurological system and thus can cause sleep apnea...

I didn't say I disagree, all I can see is there's no direct causal evidence to support the cause. Is there one? Perhaps. I dunno.

I'm just not smart enough to jump to any conclusion without evidence, n' this is far afield from my area of knowledge, n' to be truthful with you, I've plum forgotten what my area of knowledge might have ever been in the 1st place Laugh-a-lot

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