It’s now 3:00 am, and your partner is snoring. Yes, again. While sometimes this is viewed as a laughable condition, there’s nothing funny about snoring.
Not everyone realizes the risks that may be faced by someone with a serious snoring problem. This seemingly innocent condition can actually degenerate into sleep apnea, a chronic sleep disorder that can cause several negative health effects. If you are a snorer, it’s vital to find out whether or not you may have sleep apnea. Read more . . .
Anyone who has ever spent a sleepless night with a noisy partner is well aware what snoring is all about. Snoring can test the strength of any relationship, however, understanding the cause of snoring can make it a little easier to manage.
Snoring is noisy breathing as a result of the nasal passageways and upper respiratory tract becoming partially or fully blocked. When the obstruction causes breathing to stop during sleep at least 5 times every hour and for periods in excess of 10 seconds, it can suggest the presence of sleep apnea. This can be an very risky condition that may cause the afflicted individual to literally die asleep. Read more . . .
Men and women who serve in the military must be on alert for the opponent at every waking hour. Others fight another battle, even while they’re sound asleep.
Snoring is an enemy that plagues people of all ages, walks of life and professions, as well as those who serve in the military. Of course, when several military men and women start snoring in the same barracks, the resulting racket can make even the bravest souls prepared to take cover. Read more . . .
All women naturally have their little secrets. It’s what really makes us so.. “mysterious”. The problem is that some secrets, for instance snoring, don’t stay secret forever.
Couples are supposed to share everything, therefore, sooner or later he’s going to find out that you snore. However, if it’s any consolation, you’re not alone. Five percent of women snore, by the age of 30. And, by the age of 60, this number increases to nearly forty percent. Read more . . .
Enjoying a night of uninterrupted, peaceful, sleep should be a right, and not a privilege. However, in our house, a silent night is a rare occurrence indeed.
As I do most nights, I watch the stars flicker in the sky while sitting at my desk late at night. It’s a great way to relax my body and mind as I prepare for blissful sleep. Then, it suddenly happens. The unavoidable slice through the silence. It jars me back to full clarity; sounds as though a freight train will appear any second from under my desk. There is, of course, no train. The cause of the chaos is the collective snores of a few Cavalier Read more . . .