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Snoring with mouth closed


Posted by joneser77 on July 25, 2001 at 05:39:36:

I've read many postings concerning snoring while using CPAP. It seems they all mention mouth breathing as the culprit. My wife says I still snore (at a much reduced volume and more like a "growl") with my mouth closed. Does this scenario seem feasible, or is my wife mistaken and my mouth is slightly opened? Thanks.

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