Stop snoring now – and get a better sleep for both you and your partner
Snoring is a very widespread condition. In fact, majority of people snore at some point in their lifetime. A snore is a sound which is produced while breathing through the mouth while sleeping. Snoring is usually not considered as a serious medical condition; however, loud snoring can disrupt the sleep not only of the person who snores, but as well as the person sharing the room with the snorer. In certain cases, breathing is stopped or hindered during snoring. This health condition, which is commonly referred to as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) necessitates medical treatment.
About 30 percent of women and 45 percent of men snore regularly. Snoring typically gets worse with age. People regardless of weight and age can snore, however the condition gets worse with age and individuals who are overweight tend to snore more frequently.
There are some cases wherein snoring can be harmful to your health. Loud snoring can cause daytime exhaustion and may even cause you to stop breathing as you sleep, which can have a dangerous impact to your heart. If you snore with your mouth closed, this may signal an issue with the position of your tongue. On the other hand, sleeping with your mouth open may signify a problem with your throat. You can treat snoring by first understanding what causes snoring, its symptoms, risk factors and complications. The next step is to try various treatment strategies that can effectively put an end to snoring. All of this information is available in this book, which features the following chapters:
- Chapter 1: Snoring – A General Overview
This chapter features general information about snoring. It also contains information on the symptoms, causes and risk factors of snoring. Also featured in this chapter is an information on how snoring is diagnosed as well as grading system used by experts to categorize snoring.
- Chapter 2: Conventional Treatments for Snoring
This chapter contains pertinent information on the various conventional treatment strategies for snoring, which include lifestyle changes, the use of different anti-snoring devices, surgical procedures and medications.
- Chapter 3: Alternative Treatments for Snoring
This chapter presents useful information on the different alternative treatment strategies for snoring. These strategies are proven safe and effective and include herbal remedies, acupuncture, yoga and mouth and throat exercises.
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