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  1. Arti says:

    Your doctor will create a treatment plan that combines lifestyle changes and other therapies. OSA has many alternative treatment options that can make symptoms manageable. You should always talk to your doctor if you’re experiencing daytime drowsiness or consistently having problems sleeping. Risk for OSA increases if you have conditions or features that narrow the upper airway.

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