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Can Singing Cure Sleep Apnea?
Still reeling from season 2 of Big Little Lies? Us too.
Megan Johnson

Especially that scene where Bonnie Carlson, played by Zoë Kravitz, leads a yoga class of practitioners who are singing Chicago’s “If You Leave Me Now” in Savasana (Corpse Pose). They’re allegedly doing it to mitigate sleep apnea (which repeatedly halts breathing while sufferers sleep), Carlson admits to her father: “Stanford Sleep Clinic...diagnosed everyone in the class as a cash cow.”

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