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If you are experiencing sleep disturbances from sleep apnea, studies show that sleeping on your side (left side) relieve symptoms.
Quote from the attached article: Oh My Goodness, let’s all just use the KCE Bed and achieve a genuine good night’s sleep.
Sleep position. Typically, sleeping on your back makes sleep apnea worse, and sleeping on your side makes it better, Schulman says. That has to do with how and where weight falls on the airway. “Sleeping on your back makes the tongue relax back further, and that tends to make sleep apnea worse,” Singh adds.
Using positional therapy devices that make you sleep on your side can help with treating sleep apnea, she says. Options like slumberBUMP, which is essentially a belt with a pillow attached to the back, make it uncomfortable for individuals to sleep on their back, so they stay in a lateral position during their sleep, Singh explains.
Following is an article published by health.usnews.com on what can make sleep apnea worse and better: