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Posts With Category: ‘Chronic Snoring’

How to Determine If You’re A Routine Snorer

Couple Snoring 5.14.18
May 14th, 2018

Snoring is associated with a higher risk of developing different health issues, but it can be hard to determine if you’re a snorer. How can you tell if you have a chronic snoring problem or an occasional one, such as when you’re sick? Learn more about how you can find out if you’re a snorer […]

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How to Stop Snoring Without Surgery

Snoring Man with Wife 4.25.18
April 25th, 2018

Snoring might seem harmless, but it can indicate that you have a sleep disorder, like sleep apnea. When you snore on a regular basis, it can also affect your sleep quality and prevent your spouse or significant other from getting a good night’s sleep as well. If you’re worried about having to undergo surgery to […]

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When is Snoring Dangerous to your Health?

January 31st, 2017

Snoring is one of those annoying conditions that you think you can’t help, but in many cases, you can. If you can identify the cause of your snoring and address that, then the snoring should lessen or stop. This is a crucial thing to keep in mind because snoring can be dangerous to your overall […]

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How to Stop Snoring Without Surgery

man looking for treatment to stop snoring without surgery
July 25th, 2016

Testing Title Snoring is a frustrating condition to have. Not only is it noisy, but since you’re asleep when you do it, it’s not really something you can consciously avoid doing unless you get help. At least one in four people in the United States snore, and when you consider that many of these people […]

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How Can I Determine My Risk Level For Sleep Apnea?

snoring man wonders about his risk level for sleep apnea
June 14th, 2016

If you snore, you may think of it as simply an annoyance. But it’s actually a signal that something isn’t working as it should and that your sleep isn’t as efficient and restful as it should be. It can also be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, a serious medical condition. This is a potentially […]

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The True Causes of Sleep Apnea

man impacted by the causes of sleep apnea
September 28th, 2015

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a condition that has numerous stereotypes associated with it. Perhaps you’ve heard that it only affects men or overweight individuals or maybe you’ve been lead to believe that the sole treatment option available is a scary-looking mask called a CPAP machine. However, the reality is that obstructive sleep apnea can […]

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5 Tips to Stop Snoring Tonight

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June 29th, 2015

Snoring is commonly defined as breathing with a snorting or grunting sound while asleep. For those who snore or who are subject to listening to someone else snore, this definition doesn’t even begin to describe the sound emitted. Snoring can range from a slight “whooshing” sound to a noise not unlike a jackhammer or jet plane. However, […]

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The Consequences and Health Risks of Snoring

man and woman suffer from health risks of snoring
May 20th, 2015

May is Better Sleep Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of sleep as an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. There has been no shortage of research about how many hours of sleep you should be getting each night to feel your best. In fact, the National Sleep Foundation recently released […]

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Chronic Snorer? You May Have Sleep Apnea

man snoring
April 29th, 2015

Snoring is a commonplace habit that is often met with an eye roll or an elbow nudge from a spouse, significant other or non-snoring family member. Almost everyone has an embarrassing snoring story to share, which makes sense given that 45% of American adults snore at least occasionally and 25% are habitual snorers, totaling millions […]

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