Nov 06

For people that suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea, something as simple as changing your body position while sleeping can affect the severity of the airway obstruction. The worst position to sleep in is on your back. In this position, the soft tissue, tongue and musculature that surrounds the airway tends to collapse around the airway, making it difficult to breathe. Sleeping on your side or stomach rather than on your back will allow you to breathe much easier. To help you to maintain good body position while sleeping, you can try one of the many products that are on the market that make it uncomfortable to sleep on your back.lady_sleeping_C2

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