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April 03, 2009


This great article should read all the people who snore !!!!!!!

hey, i had snoring problems until i had a very minor surgery on it. Now i have no problems with snoring or getting restful sleep. However a little problem with sleep walking...? LOL I was checking out some blog spots and discovered this one about a lot of cutting edge health topics:

see ya

Hello. This question is off topic. Does Ambien decrease the amount of slow wave sleep one gets? I've spent hours researching this online, and I've found that opinion is divided. I've asked exremely a few well educated doctors, but none feels that s/he can speak conclusively on the matter. Nobody seems to know for sure. Thanks, Tom

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