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A snoring prevention app created at the U of M uses physical therapy techniques to strengthen muscles that allow for a better night's sleep.

Brian Krohn, co-founder and innovation fellow at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, said that the idea for Soundly came from a Brazilian study. It showed that by playing the didgeridoo, an Aboriginal instrument, one could stop snoring by tightening muscles in the throat and tongue.

Read the full story in Minne Inno.