"If you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea -- a condition in which relaxation of the muscles around the tongue and throat causes the tissues to block airflow to the lungs while you sleep -- there are a number of treatment options to discuss with your doctor." Read the rest of the article at Mouth Devices for Sleep Apnea.
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I have tried various devices for sleep apnoea and the only one that works for me is the CPAP machine, although it can be noisy, and I get a very dry mouth.
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