Essay on sleep apnea

I am a fidgety, skeptical anchorman for ABC News. In 2004, I had a panic attack on national television. Through a weird and winding series of events, that freak-out eventually led me to meditation, something I’d always considered ridiculous. While the practice has by no means solved all of my problems -- I'm still shorter than I want to be, and would love to have more hair -- it has been a genuine game changer. Which is why I wrote a whole book about it -- and even started a new app to teach it -- both called “10% Happier.” (That’s an entirely unscientific estimate, but it’s, you know, close enough.)

Thank you Dr Park for writing this! I am new to the pediatric craniofacial development community. Pushed into this because I have 5 children with OSA. I am an Airway Dentist that has been helping adult OSA patients with Oral Appliance Therapy for over a decade. I wish I could have gotten to these adults when they were 4 or 5! What different lives they may have!
Do you have any suggestions on how I can reach out to the ENT community in St Louis? How can I help show them that we should all be working together collaboratively if we really want to HELP these kiddos?
Stacy Ochoa, DDS
Diplomate, ABDSM

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Essay on sleep apnea

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