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rough, vibratory sounds made in breathing during sleep or coma. The noisy breathing is the result of an open mouth and a relaxation of the palate; it is frequently induced by lying on one's back. Snoring may indicate some obstruction to nasal breathing such as enlarged adenoids; this is especially true in children. In some individuals it is merely a poor breathing habit and usually disappears when the person lies on his side.
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[USA], Nov 30 ( ANI ): According to the findings of a recent study, women who snore have a greater cardiac risk.
While snoring home remedies can work, research has revealed that 75 per cent of those who snore have obstructive sleep apnea, which could increase the risk of developing heart disease in future.
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You should also speak to your GP if your child snores.
Therefore, we hypothesized that Chinese individuals who snore might have a higher risk of prediabetes.
Statistics report that close to 7 to 10 percent of kids snore every night, however there are signs that one must look out for in their kids to understand whether or not the snoring pattern is normal.
recently expanded retail distribution of its Theravent Snore Therapy antisnoring device to more than 5,000 CVS Pharmacy stores.
A study of 12,000 people has shown that those living close to busy roads - or whose bedrooms overlook major roads - are more likely to snore.
It's funny how, when you're in a quiet public area, some dope dozes off and suddenly lets out a jolting, jumbo-jet-taking-off kind of a snore. It's a lot less funny when this is real bedtime scenario for you-like lying down next to a busy airport runway, with the roaring jumbo-jet engine just six inches away from your ear.
Snoring is a common problem throughout the United States and worldwide, with literature reporting that 5-86% of men and 2-47% of women snore [1, 2].