Should You Tape Your Mouth For Better Sleep?

Should you tape your mouth for mouth breathing at night to get better sleep? If you have nasal congestion at night, you can try this home remedy for a stuffy nose. If you snore at night or if snoring bothers your bed partner, this could be a sign of sleep apnea. I explain how mouth taping can help with sleep apnea symptoms somewhat in people with mild OSA.

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00:00 Introduction
00:57 My obsession with tape
01:27 My experiment with mouth taping
02:18 The best direction to tape your mouth
02:42 Mouth closed and open under sleep endoscopy
03:07 What the science says
03:50 Mouth taping and CPAP
04:17 The one step that’s critical before you use tape your mouth
05:05 Risks vs. benefits of mouth taping
05:37 Nothing to lose by mouth/lip taping


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