In Which Position Should I Sleep If I Have Sleep Apnea?
You should avoid laying on your back if you suffer from sleep apnea. Watch this video for more tips from Dr. Scott Leibowitz about which position you should sleep in if you have sleep apnea.
It is clear that laying on your back essentially makes snoring worse and can make sleep apnea worse.
But there are individuals who have sleep apnea irrespective of the position that they lay in. So while it is important to avoid laying on your back
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