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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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Published On February 19, 2018 | By SDA Editorial Staff | About Snoring Can snoring really cause divorce? We all know that snoring is an annoying problem. And at this point, you probably know that snoring can also lead to a lot of health issues. And sleep apnea, which is kind of like super­powered snoring that keeps you from breathing, is even worse! But there is another problem linked to snoring that a lot of people simply don’t pay enough attention to. As it turns out, sleep is important to every single facet of our lives... and this includes our romantic, intimate relationships....

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A lot of people snore. In fact, according to the Wikipedia article on snoring, at least 30% of adults and perhaps as many as 50% of people in some demographics snore. If you snore, then you’ve probably heard about it before – especially if you live with someone else. Snoring can prompt complaints from anyone within earshot, and for good reason! It’s noisy, and it can disrupt the sleeping patterns of those around you. But is your snoring really that bad? Is it severe enough to warrant attention – or is it just sort of a ‘minor annoyance’ that isn’t really worth the trouble...

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  A lot of people think that all mouthpieces for snoring are the same... but this certainly isn’t the case. There are actually a few different types of mouthpieces that you can use to help reduce your odds for snoring while trying to sleep – and in this article, we’re going to discuss them.Here’s what you need to know.   There are basically two different types of mouthpieces for snoring. The first type, which is probably the most well-known and the most widely-used at this point, is the mandibular advancement device, or MAD. The second type is the tongue stabilization...

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