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Will My Snoring Problem Get Worse as I Get Older?

At some point in his or her life, everyone snores. Think back to the last time snoring interrupted your life. Maybe it was your partner, sawing away at logs while you try to stuff pillows into your head. Maybe it was the last time you were at a hotel, and a neighbor’s snoring woke you up. Or maybe you’re the snorer, and your partner has to wear earplugs just to get a good nights’ sleep. The fact of the matter is, everyone snores at some point, and everyone is affected by snoring as well.

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6 Natural Remedies That Can Help Alleviate Your Snoring Problem

Is your partner sleeping with ear plugs? Have they moved out of the bedroom just to get a good nights sleep? Maybe you’re tired of being woken up several times at night, your body struggling to breathe. No matter the issue, your snoring is the cause. But your snoring is a symptom of something else, obstructing your ability to sleep the night through, without snoring.

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Does Smoking Cigarettes Affect Your Sleep?

Everyone has heard that smoking is bad for you. We’ve all seen the warnings that appear anytime there’s an ad for tobacco use: Smoking kills; cigarettes contain carcinogenic ingredients; don’t smoke if you’re pregnant; don’t smoke if you don’t want cancer; the list goes on and on. Unfortunately, smoking causes your body more harm than good, and while the number of people who smoke has drastically decreased, there’s still a lot of individuals who do smoke.

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Solutions for Treating OSA: What are My Options?

If you suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), you’re not alone. OSA is the most common type of sleep apnea, affecting 4% of men and 2% of women. It’s thought, however, that only about 10% of people with OSA seek treatment so the number may be much higher.

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Don’t Ignore Your Sleep Apnea Symptoms

As we sleep, our bodies go through many cycles that are important for us to feel well rested and energized for each new day. If you suffer from sleep apnea, you may be missing out on these critical stages, causing you to wake up feeling less-than-rested.  Sleep apnea prevents a deep and continual sleep because breathing and sleeping cycles (like REM) are constantly interrupted, sometimes hundreds of times per night. This lack of full-cycle sleep can have potentially dangerous effects.

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