Man sleeping on a car's back seat

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Constant weariness during the daytime is a sure sign that the person is not getting enough sleep. If you snore badly then this could be the reason why you aren’t getting enough sleep.

The problem with sleep deprivation is that so many people have suffered from it for so long that they do not actually realize that they are deprived. They, instead, go on day after day not realizing that they exist only on probably half the resources that their body should have. Simply put, they do not recognize that they have a sleeping problem. Read more . . .

Pinch the nose

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There’s a reason that snoring sounds like a trumpet blast.  It’s because your sinuses are air filled cavities located behind your eyes, nose cheeks and forehead.  Sinus cavities are lined with mucous-secreting membranes and connected to the nasal cavity behind the nose by a series of narrow channels.

Sinusitis is the inflammation of the sinuses.  This condition can be chronic (long term) or acute (rapid onset and equally rapid improvement with or without treatment). Read more . . .

Sleeping and snoring time

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Contemplating on your lifestyle, you realize that you must make important changes. You are a snorer and this fact is becoming an issue between you and your partner.

All you have to do is to make some simple changes to see if they will lessen the racket you make whenever you go to sleep. Start by checking on your weight. If you are a man and you are even 20% over your recommended weight then that is one factor that will make you snore. Read more . . .

Man with plaster patches on the head

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Studies show that there is an actual connection between chronic headache sufferers and snorers. Is there a connection in their triggers? Everybody is aware of the fact that there are foods, drinks, and other things one does that can all but guarantee a person to become prone to snoring like a symphony throughout the night. These include having a late large meal, drinking milk before bedtime, consuming alcohol, and intake of any type of dairy food late into the evening. Read more . . .

Pilot sleeping in the airplane

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If you spend sleepless nights due to snoring, it’s time to make a little noise.  Whether you snore, or share close quarters with someone who does, you should know that there are surgical methods that can stop the problem.  When other stop-snoring remedies have failed, ask your doctor about surgical options.

Several different surgical methods are available to control or eliminate snoring. Here are some details on the most common procedures:

* UPPP or Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty:  This procedure expands the airway, often ending the snoring.  It’s an Read more . . .