James S. didn’t believe he had a sleep condition. It had not been until he felt himself nodding off at a red light while driving in broad daytime that he knew something was wrong. Almost falling asleep at the wheel that day, understanding his better half and 1-year old child were trusting him, had sufficiently frightened him. He made a visit for an official sleep research study. As occurs with a lot of clients when they are initially recognized to have sleep apnea, the results of James’s sleep research study painted a clearer photo. Despite going through an agonizing surgical treatment to remove his tonsils, his uvula and trim the soft taste buds at the back of his throat, he didn’t improve much based on his next sleep study.