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A lot of snorers and sleep apnea patients have this question.  It comes up time and time again.  Which of these devices actually works and can it help me to stop snoring.  Snoring aids come in all different shapes and varieties and there is really no one-size-fits-all option.  Read the rest of this entry

Snoring has been shown to be a significant risk factor in pregnancy, resulting in an increase in the need for a cesarean section and low birth weight. A study recently published in the University Of Michigan Health System confirmed this troubling correlation by studying 1,673 pregnant women, 35 percent of whom reported regular snoring. Read the rest of this entry

Yes, I’m talking about you.  Don’t be alarmed if you’re like most of us you either snore or live with a snorer.  Take comfort in the fact that you’re not alone and there is something you can do about it.

Snoring affects different people differently, with some able to tolerate it better than others.

However, no matter how well you are able to manage dealing with snoring, the fact remains that it will grate on you no matter what. It may just be a little irritation, but that’s an irritation nonetheless and you’ll still wish that there was a better way to deal it.

Unfortunately, for a lot of people snoring is next to impossible to avoid due to preexisting medical conditions. Be it family members, friends, or partners, it takes its toll on the mental sanity of others. While learning to stop your snoring may look like a simple means of regaining ones sanity, it points out just how much people are affected by the kind of sleep they get at night.  If you’re loved one is suffering and you aren’t sure how to broach the subject, we’ve covered this topic extensively over here. Read the rest of this entry

Are you or a loved one snoring so badly it prevents a good night’s sleep? Millions of people lose sleep because they or their sleep partner spend the night sawing logs. In order to treat snoring effectively, it’s important to understand what’s causing it.

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snoring is no laughing matter

Snoring is no laughing matter…

The human body is the most well-oiled machine known in the universe.  There’s no other invention like it, and yet our bodies suffer from all sorts of ailments be it minute or life threatening.  Some forms of disease and disorder garner the sympathies of the public.

For example, a child suffering from the seasonal flu or the now-defunct chicken pox.

In other circumstances, certain medical conditions are the source of shame and embarrassment.  Sexually transmitted diseases for example are rarely discussed openly by the victims of these diseases.

The manner in which the problem was inherited, and on what part of the body does the ailment reside often determines the social implications of discussing the medical condition openly. Read the rest of this entry

If you are struggling with snoring, you may have tried to use some snoring devices to alleviate it. However, there is one type of sleep disorder that doesn’t respond to these over-the-counter quick-fix remedies and this is central sleep apnea. In this article, we’ll take a look at the causes of snoring and the typical treatments used to get it under control.

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Snoring is a problem for millions of Americans. If you want to reduce snoring and get the rest you need, you need to exercise more. Not only does it improve your overall health, it also is one of the best natural ways to stop snoring for good.

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Sleep problems in children can lead to health and behavioral consequences down the road. Is your child snoring? It’s one of the many symptoms of sleep problems in children. Sleep apnea in kids is more common than you might thank. Thankfully, there are natural ways to get your child back to a regular sleeping pattern.

In order to successfully treat sleep problems in children, it’s important to know how much sleep your child needs. From birth to 24 months of age, your child needs to sleep thirteen to seventeen hours a day. Toddlers require nine to thirteen hours. Children aged 4 to 12 need about ten to eleven hours of sleep each night while teenagers need about 9-10.

Is your child getting all the sleep she needs? Read the rest of this entry

a man sleeping on a stop snoring pillow If you’ve been researching the various options available to help you stop snoring you know that there are a variety of different snoring devices on the market.  Between stop snoring chin straps, anti snore pillows, and mouthpieces it can be difficult to determine which option is most advantageous for you.  The purpose of this article is to help explain the difference between anti-snoring pillows and the various other devices available to reduce or eliminate snoring.

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If you’re up at 3 a.m. searching for snoring solutions on the Internet, you’re not alone. Millions of people snore and they and their sleep partners are looking for some snoring treatments that work. Learn about some home remedies for snoring and what to do when you or your partner suffer from sleep apnea. Read the rest of this entry

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