Lifestyle Changes To Help With Sleep Apnoea

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5 thoughts on “Lifestyle Changes To Help With Sleep Apnoea”

  1. Great advise. I have known people with sleep apnoea, it can be pretty scary these all sound like great solutions.

  2. Great tips! My husband used to snore a lot, but it’s not too bad these days – usually just when sleeping on his back.

  3. Is sleep apnoea the same as sleep apnea? The suggestions you’ve listed are some of a good many that can be helpful in treating. But it all starts with a doctor’s diagnosis, because medical conditions can also cause sleep apnea.

  4. I’ve got sleep apnoea, and it’s a pain in the butt. I wear the annoying face mask, and my efforts are largely concentrated on your tip of losing weight (eating healthier, getting exercise). The position is also vital, because if I sleep on my back, the snoring gets so bad that my wife tends to hit me over the head with a shovel until it stops.

  5. Some great suggestions of things to look into. I know my husband used to snore something terrible and then he lost 10 lbs and just that tiny amount really did wonders for his snoring.

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