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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) occurs when air is not       
making its way to the lungs as well as it should during        
sleep. For air to get to the lungs, it must first go through    
the upper airway, including the nose. Often, clinicians       
and patients focus exclusively on the throat, but when       
problems arise in the nasal area, the airflow is cut off        
before it can get very far.  These products improve           
airflow through the nose, easing its journey to your            
A standard part of most
proper Sleep Apnea
treatment regimens.