You can help to prevent obstructive sleep apnea by maintaining a healthy weight. You can help to reduce sleep apnea symptoms by avoiding alcohol and sedatives.
To treat obstructive sleep apnea, many people sleep with a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) device. A CPAP device is a mask that fits over your mouth and nose. It forces your airways open with a stream of air. This allows you to breathe more easily. For some others, weight loss or surgical procedures may be...Read more
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