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Snoring occurs when our upper airways narrow during sleep. As a result, air is unable to travel smoothly through to our windpipe and lungs, and subsequently, our bodies are unable to take in enough oxygen.
Risk of developing snoring and sleep apnea can arise from many different issues, which include:
Other symptoms include: frequent urination, feeling exhausted and dizzy in the morning, headaches and feeling unusually fatigued, irritable, and moody during the day. If you find that you are suffering from any of these symptoms, consult your doctor for observation in a sleep lab to conclude an appropriate route of treatment.
Snoring and sleep apnea can be treated in many different ways, including:
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Many of us have had a good night’s sleep interrupted by a partner or spouse who snores.