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The team fitted him with a CPAP machine, a mask he wears at night that forces air into his lungs.It took some getting used to, but now he's finally getting enough rest — and I am too.Now, a year later, we're both on the same page, happier than we've ever been, and we just had our second child."He went to a sleep laboratory."Jamesha Edwards, 30, and Lionel Edwards, 39; married 1 year; Pottstown, PAJamesha: I always knew Lionel had a snoring problem, but I didn't know how severe it was because we didn't live together before our wedding.I was terrified he was going to kill himself, me, or someone else.One day, we saw a billboard for the sleep center at University Services of North Philadelphia.
When you've got a good thing going — even if your relationship isn't as solid right now as you know it can be — it's worth taking some risks to hold on to it.His body actually shook in his sleep, and I would toss and turn all night.I finally had to sleep in a different room, which I hated. The cause of his snoring was sleep apnea, and it was so bad that he was exhausted all the time; he would fall asleep during dinner, at church, at the movies, even when he was driving!In addition to working in private practice, I am an adjunct professor at the University of Denver's Graduate School of Professional Psychology where I teach couples therapy.I have previously taught a variety of psychology classes at the Metropolitan State University of Denver.