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July 29th, 2015

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Playing a wind instrument, particularly a brass such as a trumpet or trombone, strengthens the muscles in the upper airways Photo: Alamy

Playing a wind instrument, particularly a brass such as a trumpet or trombone, strengthens the muscles
in the upper airways
Photo: Alamy

Learning to play a wind instrument could be the key to stopping snoring, it has been claimed

Learning to play a wind instrument could be the key to a cure for snoring, a study has suggested.

Trumpet and clarinet players are less likely to develop obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), a condition where the soft tissue in the rear of the throat collapse during sleep, blocking the airways and leading to loud snoring. Full story.

Camilla Turner (The Telegraph) / April 17, 2015

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