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We all know that snoring can be an inconvenience. It can even be downright frustrating and annoying. It can keep you and/or your partner from getting enough sleep, and it can affect almost every aspect of your day to day life. But did you know that snoring can also damage your relationships? In an article that was recently published on express.co.uk, a man named Keith opened up about how snoring had adversely affected his relationship with his girlfriend – to the point that it was putting a strain on their intimacy. The 34 year old started dating his 24 year...

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Are you searching for a way to control your snoring? If you’ve been seeking a way to control your snoring, you’re not alone. Snoring is a problem that affects about half of us at some point or another. About 40 percent of adult men and 24 percent of women are also habitual snorers – which means that they snore regularly. The bad thing about snoring is that it disrupts normal sleeping patterns – which can contribute to sleep loss. It can even lead to symptoms of sleep deprivation, which can put you at risk for a myriad of other different...

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Snoring is a problem that affects roughly one half of all humans at some point or another. It affects more men than women, but a significant number of both will eventually become regular snorers. About 40% of men and 24% of women will eventually succumb to ‘habitual snoring’... and if you are one of them, you have probably realized that snoring isn’t always a ‘simple nuisance’ as some might believe. Snoring can keep you awake, but it can also keep your sleeping partner awake. Many spouses/partners who have a snoring bedpartner suffer from a lack of sleep due to the...

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Some people don’t have a major snoring problem. Some people hardly snore at all. Some people are lucky enough to have a ‘light’ snoring problem – which could basically be described as snoring that’s so quiet and gentle that it barely disturbs others who happen to be in close proximity to the person making the noise. Sometimes, people who never snore develop a ‘light’ snoring problem during the allergy season or when they happen to catch a cold. Or sometimes, you may find that you tend to snore ‘just a little bit’ when you’re sleeping in a certain position. Your...

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An article that was just recently published on Heraldsun.com.au has raised some questions about whether or not snoring children are at a greater risk for health problems – and the evidence certainly seems to say yes. As it turns out, new studies are beginning to show us that snoring problems in children can cause far worse issues than a restless night. Problems like reduced intellectual abilities, poor behavior, poor performance in school, and evenhigh blood pressure can all have roots in snoring. Of course, the main question is... why? Why would snoring cause problems like this? Well, the answer lies...

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