A nasal spray produced by Australian researchers helps to lower the severity of sleep apnea in patients.
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The bedtime therapy provides an alternative to the CPAP machine, which many people struggle with and find unpleasant.
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I have sleep apnea, and although the CPAP machine does assist with sleep quality, among other things, I wouldn’t say I like the congestion, runny nose, dry mouth, puffiness around my eyes, and nosebleeds that I sometimes have.
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I’m looking forward to hearing more about this new nighttime nasal spray.
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