Sleep Apnea Treatment and Options
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for Sleep Apnea
Back sleepers are more likely to have respiratory problems when they sleep, including sleep apnea. Learning to sleep on your side may help. Though it’s tough to learn to sleep in a new position, it can be done! There are all types of tricks to learning a new sleep position online. Do some research and find a way that works for you.
The majority of people who suffer from sleep apnea are also overweight. This may be caused by enlarged fat pockets in the throat and upper respiratory system blocking the flow of air. Losing even a few pounds can make a tremendous difference in your sleep apnea symptoms.
If you suffer from seasonal, mold, dust, or pet dander allergies that cause nasal congestion, this inflammation of your sinuses and upper airway can narrow the airway and contribute to sleep apnea. Take allergy medication as needed to keep your allergies at bay and improve your nighttime breathing.
Treatments for Sleep Apnea