Snoring Cures and Remedies

Does A Bear Hug Cure Snoring?

It is a fact that snoring is one of the most annoying ailments in the world, with the noise keeping a bed partner awake and leaving the snorer feeling fatigued every day due to lack of quality sleep.  So it is no wonder that there are so many companies that create different devices and concoctions in an effort to solve the problem.  Some work well for one person while they are not effective for others.  [...]
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Loud Snoring a Sign of Sleep Apnea

Nearly everyone snores at one time or another, but when it is a nightly occurrence it may indicate a more serious condition called obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA.  This condition occurs when the airways become obstructed due to chronic inflammation in the airways or their collapse during sleep when the muscles relax.  Not only can this condition lead to other health problems, but it can be fatal if the sleeper doesn’t wake up to change [...]
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A Procedure to Stop Snoring

Snoring is a problem that is centuries old, and throughout time people have been trying to find a cure for the condition.  Not only is the noise obnoxious and troublesome, but snoring can be a symptom of a very serious condition known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).  This is a serious disorder in which the snorer’s breathing is interrupted repeatedly through the night, caused by the relaxation of the muscles in the back of the [...]
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A Couple of Hints to Reduce Snoring

Snoring isn’t just annoying for the people around the sleeper.  It can be dangerous to some people.  Some snoring is due to simple things, like have the congestion from a cold, or sleeping in an awkward position.  Other times it can be because a person consumed alcoholic beverages a bit too generously.  Those types of snoring are only temporary, and pose little risk to a person’s overall health.  Instead they become the brunt of a [...]
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Is Your Thyroid Ruining Your Sleep?

If you don’t already know, a condition called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) could be affecting your sleep and your health.  It is a condition when the breathing passages become narrowed or obstructed, reducing oxygen to the body and causing snoring.  It is linked to other health conditions, like high blood pressure, heart disease, and metabolic disorders.  But there is one condition that most people don’t think about in the list of causes for OSA – [...]
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Clinical Data Proves Effectiveness of Sleep Apnea Treatment

Most people have heard of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).  It’s a sleeping disorder that most often is accompanied by loud and frequent snoring, and the sleeper can occasionally stop breathing for short periods of time due to airway obstruction or collapse.  There are several treatments on the market today that have been shown to be affective for some people, depending on the severity of their condition, but the problem is in compliance with the treatment. [...]
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Improve Your Sex Life with More Z’s

It’s no secret – if you don’t get enough sleep, you really don’t feel like participating in intimate relations once your body is in the bed.  What you would rather do is actually get SLEEP.  But for some people, that isn’t easy.  They think they are getting sleep, but they aren’t.  They are the sufferers of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

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Is There Finally a Cure for Snoring?

There are a lot of people that are suffering from a lack of sleep due to snoring.  Not just the ones that have to listen to the racket, but also the snorers themselves.  Although nearly everyone snores at one time or another, some people snore consistently every night.  More often than not, they suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The snoring associated with OSA is caused by the constriction of the airways when the muscles [...]
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When Your Child Snores

Normally, people think of adults when a snoring problem is mentioned.  However, children can have a snoring problem, too.  Persistently snoring on nearly a nightly basis has been reported in 8 to 12% of children, with the incidence of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) occurring in 2 to 3% of children under the age of ten.  Upper airway obstruction that accompanies OSA leads to oxygen desaturation and fragmented sleep when the child awakens multiple times during [...]
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Snoring is the New Mistress in Marriages

Ok, so your spouse snores.  He probably says that you do, too.  Men are the most afflicted by snoring disorders, probably due to their body mass and musculature that is a male trait.  Their necks are thicker, their chests have more muscle, and they tend to fall asleep in some awkward positions.  All of these contribute to a snoring problem.  Some men will still feel rested after a night of keeping the wife awake with [...]
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