If you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea like I do, nothing beats the CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine, or its several variations --- yes, I am a "hose head". I've worn a "nasal mask" every night for 15 years and counting. Don't give up on treating your OSA with a CPAP. It took me a month to get used to the feeling of constant air flow, then one day my body adapted to the sensation and actually I had to check to see if it was on. Somehow, through consistent use, I got used to the sensation. Here are some other sleep-related goodies to try.