Didgeridoo Playing Improves Your Sleep

Regular didgeridoo playing reduces snoring and daytime sleepiness, finds a study published online by the British Medical Journal.

Snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome are common sleep disorders caused by the collapse of the upper airways. Continuous positive airway pressure therapy is effective, but is not suitable for many patients.

Reports of didgeridoo players experiencing reduced daytime sleepiness and snoring after practising, led experts in Switzerland to test the theory that training of the upper airways by didgeridoo playing can improve these disorders.

Full Story: Science Daily.

(via Irreality).

2 Comments

  1. I think I lack the powerful lung capacity required to master that instrument.

  2. So now we know why the aboriginal spirit-world is called “The Dreamtime”… they slept better than any of us. Niiice.

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