Nov 09

The final item in our “5 Ways to Treat Your Sleep Apnea at home” is to use a nasal decongestant. This is a great tool to use to treat acute nasal congestion, as it usually provides an immediate improvement in one’s ability to breathe.

Chronic nasal congestion is often associated with sleep apnea and can be part of the symptom complex of sleep apnea. It can also be a direct result of the Obstructive Sleep Apnea treatment. When treated properly with one of the wide variety of products currently on the market, it can greatly increase the effectiveness of a CPAP therapy and or Oral Appliance Therapy. Care should be used when taking these medications and it is always best to consult with your physician before taking such medication.

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