I am at my wit's end for my husband. He is 47 and for at least the last 10 years he is up at night 4-5 times. Sometimes, it's for a few minutes, sometimes he'll just read or watch TV for a couple of hours before going back to bed. He's had several sleep studies, which showed mild apnea. He's on the CPAP machine now, but he hasn't improved. He sleepwalks through most days, tired, grouchy and groggy.
He has an overall supersensitive nature. He has asthma, and has rhinitis at the smell of most perfumes. Formerly, he would have alot of 'bad trips' in dreams and wake-up talking/screaming etc., but thankfully, those seem to be rarer now since he's hit 40yo.
He's had a thorough work-up and the only other abnormality is a slighty elevated cholesterol, and he's about 30lbs overweight for his frame size. Any thoughts on the matter are greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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