It happens when you have an apnea as you breathe out rather than breathe in, as is more common.

My ENT suspected this and put me under anesthesia to put a scope in my airway while I was sleeping. He found that I had expiratory palatal obstruction.

Follow up question, if you have this, what is your preferred sleeping position? Mine is on my back. I’m wondering if others have the same preference.

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