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5 Most Expensive Snoring Solutions. Is There An Alternative?

If you have already inquired about snoring treatment through your physician then you are well aware of how expensive surgical procedures and custom made mouthpieces are. However, if you are like many others, visiting this site is the first step you have taken to do something about

Snoring Kills. It Is Now Official

You may read that title, scratch your head, and say, “How can an annoying sound actually kill you?” Some might even assume it is a joke, but it’s not. Snoring affects your health in such a huge way that it can be taking time off your life

Can Losing Weight Help Stop Snoring?

Many people reading this right now have let out a long groan or sigh, maybe even both. First your doctor or loved one is nagging you to eat healthier and exercise, and now here I am, too. I understand that the first step is the hardest, but

Sleep Deprivation: How Much Do You Really Know About It?

Nearly everyone has been sleep deprived at some point. Maybe you were out late, so you dragged at work the next day, or perhaps you were cramming for finals while also working a full time job. Of course, new parents often learn really quickly what it is

Snoring Is Linked To Cancer. It Is Now Official

Cancer is a forbidden word that no one wants to talk about.  Everyone knows that it is always lingering there in the darkness, waiting to pounce on its next victim, but for some reason we often think that if we do not talk about it, then we

Heart Disease and Stroke: Is There a Snoring Connection?

Most people are under the impression that smoking, high cholesterol, or carrying around excess weight are the main contributors to heart disease and stroke. Well, otolaryngologists at Detroit’s Henry Ford Hospital have found that there is one culprit that is even more dangerous than the other risk

Choosing The Best Snoring Mouthpiece: A Comprehensive Guide

If you are reading this then you probably fall into one of two categories of snorers. The first is the group of people who have had a snoring problem as far back as they can remember. If this sounds like you then you are likely familiar with

Habitual Snoring Could Mean Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Apnea literally means to stop breathing or absence of breathing hence sleep apnea means to stop breathing when asleep. When loud snoring periodically stops, due to apnea (absence of breathing) or blocked breathing, we call it obstructive sleep apnea or OSA. While it sounds alarming, OSA is

Sometimes Children Snore

When a child snores a parent might find the habit laughable coming from someone so young. Most children snore occasionally and about 10% snore on a regular basis. The raucous display, though odd, is usually no reason for alarm. Children snore too and when they do it

Natural Cures for Snoring: Fight Snoring the Natural Way

If snoring is becoming an unwanted presence in your bedroom preventing your bedfellow from getting a good night’s sleep then continue reading. There are as many professed cures to snoring as there are snorers, so be thoughtful and discerning when choosing the right one for you. Discuss

It’s Time to See The Doctor About Your Snoring: Be Prepared

Maybe your sleep-mate has finally convinced you that your snoring is a problem or perhaps, being fed up with night-time disruptions, you have come to this decision on your own. You are ready to make an appointment with the doctor to discuss snoring. Initially you will most

Allergies have many Symptoms, Including Snoring!

Your bed partner is frustrated, tired of spending night after night bed hopping from one room to another in search of a quiet sleep. Your snoring has been likened to a gathering of drunken trumpeters. The snoring is noisy, loud and totally out of tune. Allergic Rhinitis

Reasons we Snore: The Common Culprits

You may make jokes about your snoring and laugh with your family and friends about your night-time antics. It could be that you snore only occasionally but if your bed partner describes the sound of your snoring as being more like listening to the buzz of a

Determine Why You Snore: Easy Tests You Can Do Alone

There are many different snoring solutions available and choosing the correct one will depend on why you snore. All snoring is not the same. To find the correct solution for your problem you will first need to determine what’s causing your snoring. Easy tests you can do

Sore Throat every Morning Could Mean Snoring every Night!

A morning sore throat could mean you are coming down with a cold or the flu. But if this is something you experience morning after morning in the absence of a drippy nose then it’s more than likely something else is going on.  Many people snore occasionally

Snoring and Old Age; When Purring can Change to a Roar

It is not enough that baby boomers, after reaching their senior years, have to deal with the usual challenges like diminished capacity, retirement, wrinkles and liver spots. Now we are being told our snoring, which used be one of our more endearing traits, will worsen as we

Snoring can be Serious: Don’t Risk your Health

Everyone knows that snoring can be annoying but it is not something that should be ignored. What seems annoying can actually be an early warning signal. If your bed partner is keeping you awake at night don’t simply put a pillow over your head (or theirs) and

Understand How You Breathe And You’ll Understand Why You Snore

Snoring is often caused by an anatomical abnormality or some sort of nasal obstruction. Getting a clear picture about how we breathe and the parts of the body involved with the process will help any snorer as they gather information and consider how to deal with their

Sleeping with Someone who Snores? What You See and Hear Counts!

One of the most frustrating things for people who know they snore is the fact that their snoring affects the people closest to them. In the middle of the night their sleepless partners often vacate the shared bed in favor of a quieter room on the opposite

When Snoring Becomes a Serious Problem

Snoring is the noise that permeates a person’s nose or mouth when sleeping. It is usually loud, noisy and generally annoying enough to keep your bed partner from sleeping. The snoring occurs when there is an obstruction to the flow of air through passages located at the

Snoring is Treatable: There’s Hope on the Horizon

Do you often wake up in the morning to find the place next to you in bed empty … again? Is your throat sore when you wake up in the morning? Do you resist sleeping on airplanes out of fear of disturbing your fellow passengers as opposed