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Are There Home Remedies for Sleep Apnea?
Answered by: Helgi Gunnar Helgason
People attempt many home remedies to deal with the symptoms of Sleep Apnea including taking medicines that aid in sleep, using special pillows, or applying a nasal passage strip before bedtime. Many times partners resort to ear plugs or choose to sleep in a separate bedroom to avoid disruptions in their own sleep. These attempts are generally futile at solving the underlying problem of Sleep Apnea and only tend to “bandage” a larger, long term medical issue.