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Posts Tagged ‘Snoring Treatment’

How to Treat Snoring without Surgery

man snoring in bed
May 5th, 2017

Snoring is a very common condition that affects about 45% of adults. It’s frequently not taken very seriously, but it can disrupt your sleep as well as that of your loved ones. In fact, it can even be a possible symptom of obstructive sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder. In this blog, the board-certified sleep […]

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How Much is my Snoring Affecting my Partner?

man snoring keeping wife awake
April 7th, 2017

If you snore, it can have a huge impact on your quality of sleep and overall well-being. Snoring doesn’t just affect you, however. If you have a sleep partner, his or her rest is also disrupted, and they – and your relationship – can also suffer negative effects. In fact, many times your partner is […]

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Snoring and Sleep Apnea Treatments

stop snoring and sleep apnea sign
December 19th, 2016

It’s no surprise that snoring is to blame for not getting enough sleep at night, but it can also signal sleep apnea. For some, snoring is just an annoyance, but for many, it’s a sign of a serious medical condition known as sleep apnea. Those who suffer from sleep apnea experience pauses in breathing throughout […]

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Warning Signs that your Snoring is Serious

Snoring husband
December 13th, 2016

Many people view snoring as simply an annoyance. Either out of embarrassment or because you don’t view is as a serious problem, you may have never mentioned it to your doctor. As tempting as it is to ignore the problem, it could be caused by a serious medical condition. If your snoring is severe, you […]

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7 Signs & Symptoms of Severe Sleep Apnea in Adults

A woman struggling to sleep while man snores
May 24th, 2016

Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition, experienced by millions across the United States. Unfortunately, many don’t even realize that they have a sleep condition, let alone severe sleep apnea. When left untreated, this can lead to long-term and even life-threatening symptoms.

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