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Star Trek legend William Shatner confesses he struggles for breath at night because obstructive sleep apnea clogs his airways and must use a lifesaving device to keep his lungs working.

The 88-year-old star says he came down with the disorder — where breathing repeatedly stops for at least 10 seconds at a time during sleep — a decade ago and got a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine, which forces air into his lungs.

“After I was diagnosed with sleep apnea 10 years ago, my CPAP machine changed my life,” he says.

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