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RE: Sleep Disorder - The Night Phantom

in #article2 years ago

Sleep apnea

In conjunction with a protrusion splint aka Mandibular protrusion splint, you can also use a nasal dilator. This helps you with nasal breathing. This gives you more air through your nose because your mouth is completely blocked. Highly recommended for people who have the outer wall of the nose collapse while breathing.


Nasal dilators are as well good products for limiting snoring, sometimes even apnea.