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OTC anti-snoring devices may mask OSA, experts warn


Sleep physicians have sounded the alarm over the unregulated sales of anti-snoring mouthguards, warning they may be diverting patients from seeking medical treatment for serious sleep disorders. Mass-produced mouthguards can be bought over the counter and online but patients who self prescribe them for snoring without medical supervision may be masking obstructive sleep apnoea, according ...

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