This New Device Might Be Able To Cure Snoring For Good

If you snore—or worse yet, sleep beside someone who does—you’ve likely tried everything to get rid of those disruptive nightly sounds. A quarter of all adults snore regularly when they sleep, and although sometimes it’s just harmless noise, for others, it’s a symptom of sleep apnea, a sleep disorder where airflow is obstructed and breathing repeatedly stops and starts.

Currently, people with sleep apnea can use a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) device, which keeps a steady stream of air flowing into a patient’s breathing tubes to prevent collapsing. But this requires patients to put on a mask before bed, which most people aren’t too keen on doing.

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