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obstructive sleep question raefdoesser!WBRXcNtpf. 19/01/09(Wed)07:05 No. 25441
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lets say I'm 178 pounds at 5'6" (or 80kg and 167 cm in lolmetric). been strength training for three years and am 18-20bf%. most on ass and midsection.

showing novel signs of obstructive sleep apnea (no sleep study to confirm): 2 immediate male relatives have it including my father.

should i keep training to reach my natural drug-free genetic potential for another 8 years (i.e. 155# and lean) if indeed it is OSA and or are there too many individual factors to generalize?

tripcodes encouraged.


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Anonymous 19/01/10(Thu)02:24 No. 25469

If you possibly have sleep apnea go to the doctor and get checked, then make an educated decision on what you need to do next.





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