Our expert says:
Physiologically one breathes through the nose during sleep. If you are mouth-breathing, it may be that you are obstructing you airways in your sleep. Discuss the possibility of your having sleep apnoea with your ENT - he may want to refer you to a sleep laboratory for a test to see if this is the case.
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