Life After Sleep Apnea

Mid-December of 2014 I began down the path of recovering from Sleep Apnea. I had been dealing with constant memory issues, programming was becoming harder to concentrate on, things just didn’t stick easily anymore. Fatigue was an issue, even though I regularly ‘slept’ for 7-8 hours a night, I often felt unrested. My daily commute was becoming worrisome as well. I had been doing the hour plus commute deal for almost 15 years and was now finding myself dealing with an increasing amount of road rage.

Up until the past few years, I had been able to brush-off most encounters with unruly drivers. My threshold for dealing with Atlanta’s finest had been quite high, but I was finding it harder and harder to ignore even minor infractions. I tried to approach driving with Hanlon’s Razor in mind (Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity), but it didn’t help.

It came to a head sometime in the fall of 2014. Continue reading »