Mouth taping promotes nasal breathing during sleep, offering potential benefits like reduced snoring and improved sleep. However, it poses safety concerns.
Dr Alison Bentley explains two types of insomnia – acute and chronic.
Instead of peacefully drifting into slumber, you find yourself tossing and turning for a couple of hours, when someone inquires about your well-being the next day, you attribute your restless night to insomnia
Dr. Alison Bentley points out, “Snoring suggests that there is an obstruction to regular breathing that specifically happens during sleep.”