Thursday the 17th of May ( this is day 10) My husband suffered an SCA. It was 5am. He suffers from sleep apnea and I heard him making those noises. I thought he was dreaming. when I tried to wake him there was no response. I got my son who immediately started CPR and the ambulance arrived in 6 minutes and defibrillated 4 times. They spent 45 minutes on the floor of my bedroom making him stable. When we arrived at the hospital they put him in a coma. Thank God he woke up and he is very disoriented but things are coming back to him. I am not seeing anything that scares me at all. We are just so happy that he is alive. There seems to be no problem with his heart. His brain is fine. But he does suffer from severe sleep apnea. His diagnosis was hypoxia. The day before his SCA he was starting to feel unwell with a chest infection. I live in London. The hospital has been phenomenal. He will leave ICU on Monday if all continues to go well. The doctor is not going to give him an electronic defibrillator device. My concern is that the doctor said it could happen again. Ok anything can happen in life, but I can't lie. This experience has left me feeling so vulnerable and I am terrified. How will I ever sleep again. Ok it is just day 10 but I feel as if there are a million things to do and I do not know where to start. I am terrified. I am blessed and happy and thrilled that he is alive, I just don't know how to prevent this again. How will I ever know if he has hypoxia? How will I know if he gets in to trouble again. I know this is not about me, it is about him but I want to get everything right. Any suggestions?