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2. Lose Weight

People who are obese are much more likely to have sleep apnea that individuals who maintain a healthy weight. Because sleep apnea is a serious condition, you should do everything possible to treat it. That includes losing weight. Having a balanced diet is crucial to losing weight, so make sure to plan meals that include healthy vegetables, fruits, grains, and proteins. Reduce excess sugar and fat consumption, and eat smaller portion sizes. Also, try to get 30 minutes of moderate exercise every day. If you are not able to do this, start with smaller amounts of exercise and work up to this level over time.

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