Frank Cahill: Borderline Obstructive Sleep

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Philip was seen today as ongoing management of his sleep difficulties. Very pleasingly with the help of Frank Cahill, sleep psychologist, and a significant reduction in his life’s stressors, his sleep is much better and he is sleeping very well from about 11.00pm to 6.30am. He is still waking slightly unrefreshed and of note, his most recent sleep study did reveal borderline obstructive sleep apnoea which is predominantly in supine sleep. Given this we have discussed a positional modification device which he will go ahead and trial. He will keep me updated on his progress and we will direct our management from there.
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