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Playing didgeridoo as adjunctive for sleep apnea/UARS?
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Playing didgeridoo as adjunctive for sleep apnea/UARS?
One study found playing didgeridoo helpedone study found playing a double reed instrument was associated with lower risk and one study found playing wind instruments was not associated with risk for sleep apnea/UARS.


Has anybody tried playing the didgeridoo to help with sleep apnea/UARS?
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RE: Playing didgeridoo as adjunctive for sleep apnea/UARS?
Never played a didgeridoo. I know playing the ukulele doesn’t seem to help.

I think the didgeridoo study was discussed years ago.

John
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RE: Playing didgeridoo as adjunctive for sleep apnea/UARS?
Yes, I practice with the Digeridoo as part of a more comprehensive set of exercises for my tongue and throat.
The exercises definitely do help.
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RE: Playing didgeridoo as adjunctive for sleep apnea/UARS?
(11-30-2019, 11:17 AM)70sSanO Wrote: Never played a didgeridoo.  I know playing the ukulele doesn’t seem to help.

I think the didgeridoo study was discussed years ago.

John
I'll cross ukulele off my list of things to try.

(11-30-2019, 12:17 PM)Mogy Wrote: Yes, I practice with the Digeridoo as part of a more comprehensive set of exercises for my tongue and throat.
The exercises definitely do help.
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