Sleep trouble? Try an implant

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Sleep trouble? Try an implant

Device delivers zap to tongue to open airway
Rik Krohn uses a remote control to turn on an experimental nerve stimulator to combat his sleep apnea. The idea is to stimulate the nerve that controls the base of the tongue with a mild electrical current, keeping it in place.

Sleep trouble? Try an implant

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Rik Krohn uses a remote control to turn on an experimental nerve stimulator to combat his sleep apnea. The idea is to stimulate the nerve that controls the base of the tongue with a mild electrical current, keeping it in place.
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