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Snorers, try these things to strengthen your throat muscles: Sing, or play the kazoo, the harmonica or the flute for 22 minutes a day. It’ll cut sleep apnea episodes in half within 4 months. That’s according to Swiss researchers, who say singing or playing a wind instrument tightens the muscles needed to keep your airways open while you sleep. And when your airway doesn’t collapse, your breathing is improved, your snoring is reduced, and you get a better night’s sleep.