Should You Tape Your Mouth For Better Sleep?

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✅ Video timeline

00:00   Introduction

00:57   My obsession with tape

01:27   My experiment with mouth taping

02:18   The best direction to tape your mouth

02:42   Mouth closed and open under sleep endoscopy

03:07   What the science says

03:50   Mouth taping and CPAP

04:17   The one step that’s critical before you use tape your mouth

05:05   Risks vs. benefits of mouth taping

05:37   Nothing to lose by mouth/lip taping

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2 thoughts on “Should You Tape Your Mouth For Better Sleep?

  1. MPE,

    Thanks for your comment. I covered tethered oral tissues in the past on my blog as well as on my podcast interview with Dr. Richard Baxter.