1. Opening Blocked Airways

Opening blocked airways

Nasal congestion can make it difficult to breathe while you sleep, so it is recommended to use a nasal spray before bed to clear congestion and open up the airways.

If the nasal congestion recurs frequently, it is advised to consult your doctor about taking decongestants or antihistamines.

2. Quit Smocking

Smokers are three times more likely to develop sleep apnea than people who have never smoked.

Smoking causes mucus to accumulate in the upper respiratory tract channels, which may cause sleep apnea, and quitting smoking greatly reduces this syndrome and can eliminate it completely.

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