The couple that CPAPs together ...
In other news on the breathing front, Chicago researchers found
that apnea-afflicted married men adhered better to continuous positive
airway pressure (CPAP) therapy when their nonafflicted wives slept in
the same bed with them. According to the Rush University Medical Center
study of obstructive sleep apnea, "OSA affects both partners in
married couples, and those that diagnose and treat these patients should
therefore see them as a unit.... CPAP will control the snoring noises
and excessive movements that disturb the sleep of both of them, and ...
if she returns to sharing the bed, the chance of his continuing to use
this very successful treatment is 60% higher than if she sleeps
alone." Maybe all that's needed is the Enhanced CPAP Mask,
available in Brad Pitt and George Clooney models.