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You’ve probably read that smoking makes snoring worse – but you might not know exactly why. Some people downplay the dangers of smoking, which is understandable. For those who enjoy it, smoking can be a very pleasurable habit. Plus, let’s not forget that cigarettes contain nicotine – which is not only a stimulant, but also addictive. But the truth is that cigarettes are actually very bad for you – and in this article, we are going to discuss exactly why smoking can have such a drastic effect on the quality of your sleep. How exactly does smoking increase your odds...

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If no one’s around to hear you, how can you know if you snore? One thing about snoring that you can be sure of is that your partner will most likely let you know if you snore. They might wait until morning to tell you, or might wake you up and ask you to roll over. But either way, at some point,you’re probably going to find out about it. But what if you sleep or live by yourself? Some people genuinely wonder if they snore or not, but have no partner to ask. But regardless of whether or not someone...

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What to do if you sleep with someone who snores Snoring is a condition that most people will need to deal with at one point or another. If you’re lucky and never develop or endure a snoring problem of your own, then you will doubtlessly encounter it in other people. And when those ‘other people’ include a sleeping-partner, you may find that getting adequate sleep will go from being easy to downright challenging! You might even find it impossible to sleep with someone who snores. But how can you overcome the problem?Thankfully, there are some tips and tricks that you...

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  There has been a lot of ‘buzz’ online recently about snoring, and the fact that it might not be as easy to control as a lot of people think. The big question is this... is snoring in your genes? Is it possible that some people are actually more likely to snore based on genetics alone? If so, how common is it? Is there anything that you can do about it if that is the case? We did some research, and decided to provide you with the facts. Here’s what you need to know. Can You Pass a ‘Snoring Gene’...

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Certain sleeping positions might make you more prone to snore.  Many different factors can contribute to a worse snoring problem. The condition can be affected by allergies, by the shape of your nose, by how your jaw is situated, by how often you exercise, by how much you weigh – and much more. Almost everything will play into your snoring risk in one way or another – but did you know that certain sleeping positions can also make a huge difference? Which position is the worst? As it turns out, sleeping on your back might make you much more likely to snore. Webmd.com...

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