I have mild sleep apnea, so mild that I don't need to use a machine yet. However, I was wondering how I should sleep on my back, on my side, on my stomach in order to reduce my symptoms at night. And why should I sleep that way?
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Sleep apnea is typically worse when lying on your back. Consider sleeping on your sides. Be certain to monitor your condition, and start treatment whenever you do qualify for a CPAP machine.