Seems like a lot of my patients need CPAP machines to sleep, and many are unhappy about it. Those machines are risks for contamination. They limit normal movement patterns during sleep and can be a literal pain in the neck. If you use one or know someone who does, call our office for help with weight loss or a dentist that specializes in sleep problems like the Midwest Dental Sleep Center, www.tiredofcpap.com for a small mouth guard that has no hoses attached but works by realigning your lower jaw to open up the airway.
I will keep searching for prevention measures regarding this condition, but in the meantime, get adjusted, eat as all-natural as possible and avoid poisonous herbicides by eating only organic grains, and avoiding too much wheat and dairy. Exercise but not to the point of exhaustion.