Small jaw and sleep apnea: What is the connection?
The question today is: Can a small jaw cause sleep apnea?
The answer is yes. As a matter of fact, underdeveloped upper and lower jaws can often cause sleep apnea.
Underdeveloped upper and lower jaws also cause a small airway. In other words, the space between where your nose is all the way down to your lungs is your airway, and that part can actually be too small simply because the upper and lower jaws are underdeveloped.
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