Snoring is a serious problem that can lead to health problems, as well as relationship issues if you happen to share a bed with a snorer. Treatment options range from oral devices to invasive surgeries. There are also alternative therapies that have been linked to a reduction in snoring, such as the ancient Chinese practice of […] The post How Acupuncture Can Stop Your Snoring appeared first on SnoreNation.com.
Treatments for snoring fall into three categories: anti-snoring devices; snoring treatments; and surgical solutions. Within the category of anti-snoring devices, there are hundreds of products, yet mouthpieces make up the largest portion of devices by far. Mouthpieces can be further broken down into two types, Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD’s) and Tongue Retaining Devices (TRD’s) sometimes […] The post Do Tongue Retaining Devices Work to Decrease Snoring? appeared first on SnoreNation.com.
There is a new treatment for snoring that takes just minutes a day and is non-invasive. Approximately half of all adults snore at least occasionally, and you may be one who does, or you may know someone who does. Snoring can be a nuisance and in some cases, can be an indicator of a more serious health issue such as obstructive sleep apnea. In many cases, snoring can be easily remedied with the use of simple devices such as nasal strips, mouthpieces, or even pillows. Other remedies include losing weight, sleeping on your side, avoiding alcohol, stopping smoking, and getting enough sleep. Another option is Light Therapy. What is Light Therapy for Snoring? Light therapy has shown to be the most successful way to alter one’s sleeping schedule. It is used to expose the eyes to extreme but sa
Not the Snoring Museum. When you think of a museum, you often think about walking through aisles with red velvet ropes and walls of lined paintings, historical items under glass, and aged documents. But, did you ever think there would be a museum for snoring? Well, there is. Surprised? In Alfeld, Germany, there is a museum entirely dedicated to snoring. The museum, called Schnarchmuseum, is located in a small town in Lower Saxony and contains about 400 different snoring remedies that were collected by Dr. Josef Alexander Wirth. Dr. Wirth, a sleeping disorder specialist, collected many unusual and educational items about snoring. Most of them were given to him as gifts by his patients. He stored them in a basement for years before coming up with the idea of displaying them. He decided to ma...
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When your airways are inflamed, the amount of space available for air to pass through is reduced. When that happens, your body tries to compensate for the reduced airflow by taking deeper breaths. That can cause the tissues in your throat to vibrate, producing a snoring noise. Snoring is a nuisance that disrupts your sleep, contributes to daytime fatigue, irritates sleeping partners, and could lead to more serious health problems. A diet high in prostaglandin 2, found in saturated fat, will make snoring more likely. These lipid compounds create swelling in the soft tissues of the nose and throat, narrowing the airways and increasing crowding around the larynx. Excess mucus and allergies also contribute to irritation and swelling in the nasal passages and can be directly affected by what yo...
What Are The Best Snoring Devices? This article reviews the most common appliances designed to improve snoring.
There comes a time in every relationship when you simply can’t go on ignoring it. It’s a problem for every couple at some point when one of them snores. The big question is, how do you talk to your loved one about their problem without hurting their feelings or giving the wrong impression? Luckily I am here to help you with that. Keep reading to find out the best way to bring this up and the best way to handle this sensitive subject. What You Can Expect Typically, when you bring your partner’s snoring to their attention you can expect four main things to present themselves in some way. Your partner may only react with one or more of these. The four big things are denial, feelings of helplessness, fear, and embarrassment. Any one of these can get in the way of the conversation. However, to
I am by no means a marriage therapist. However, I hear couples complain all the time. They come in for a sleep assessment, and within seconds the husband makes a comment such as, “My wife made me come.” Snoring is more common in men than women, but the reverse is also common.
You may already be wondering if a lower heart rate might be a good thing. The truth is it can be. That is not the case here though. What I am going to tell you about is bradycardia, a potentially dangerous heart condition, and how it relates to snoring. Bradycardia Bradycardia is the medical term for when your heart beat is abnormally slow. Generally a normal heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute. A slow heart rate can be a sign that you have a very healthy heart, but bradycardia is a step beyond that. You can only be diagnosed with bradycardia if your heart beats less than 60 times per minute. This condition is unhealthy and can be quite dangerous because of the effects it can have. An abnormally slow heart rate may not sound like a big deal but it certainly can be if you don’