Grow Youthful: How to Slow Your Aging and Enjoy Extraordinary Health
Grow Youthful: How to Slow Your Aging and Enjoy Extraordinary Health


Snoring

Snoring is the vibrating sound of obstructed breathing while sleeping. The uvula or soft palate (the back of the roof of the mouth) vibrates when it relaxes or the throat constricts during sleep. In some cases snoring is loud and unpleasant. At least 25% of all adult men and 15% of adult women snore. After age 60 this rises to 60% of men and 40% of women

Snoring itself is not harmful. However, it can disturb the snorer’s own sleep, and disturb others. Snoring may indicate more serious sleep disorders such as upper respiratory resistance syndrome or obstructive sleep apnoea in which breathing stops periodically

Causes and triggers
Impact

Snoring can cause sleep deprivation to snorers and those around them. Poor sleep leads to daytime drowsiness, irritability, lack of concentration and decreased libido. Serious snoring can cause significant psychological and social damage, and severe impairment of lifestyle and relationship with a partner. There is a strong correlation between loud snoring and the risk of heart attack, atherosclerosis or stroke

Treatment

Almost all treatments for snoring involve clearing the blockages in the airways:



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