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Natural Sleep Apnea Therapy: Playing The Didgeridoo
ajdidge posted:
The practice of the didgeridoo is clinically proven to treat sleep apnea and snoring. In 2006 the British Medical Journal reported a study that compared two groups of patients with moderate sleep apnea: one group that practiced 6 days a week for 25 minutes and another group which did not play didgeridoo. They found that the group that practiced didgeridoo had a significant decrease in their snoring and great improvement in their sleep apnea.

In this video with Dr. Jordan Stern of BlueSleep, an endoscopy is performed on a didgeridoo player, showing the inside of his throat while playing the instrument.
mariajohnson responded:
Well that seems to be interesting. Also there are various other ways to stop snoring and improve sleep habits.

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