Snoring

Why Your Snoring Might Be Worse Around the Holidays

Have you noticed that you’re getting more complaints from your spouse than usual about your snoring? If so, then the holidays may be to blame. There are many reasons why you might experience worse snoring during the holidays.

Maybe It’s Getting Noticed More

The problem might actually not be that your snoring is worse–it might […]

What Percentage of Snorers Have Sleep Apnea?

If you’re a snorer, you’ve probably been warned that this could be a sign that you have sleep apnea. Now you’re trying to decide how great that risk is.

Unfortunately, the Internet is not very helpful on this question. Reputable sources quote wildly different numbers. For example, an expert on NPR is quoted as […]

Recorded Snoring Can Be Used to Predict Sleep Apnea

We all know that snoring is a warning sign for dangerous sleep apnea, and that people who snore should consider talking to their doctor or a sleep dentist about sleep apnea. But what is the point at which snoring really becomes a concern, and when should people see their snoring as […]

7 (Terrible) Excuses for Not Treating Snoring

We work hard to try to get people to understand why they should get snoring treatment, but we keep running into all the excuses that people use to avoid getting treatment. These are terrible excuses, and they prevent people from getting the potentially lifesaving treatment they need. Here’s why these common excuses aren’t […]

By |June 8th, 2016|Snoring|

Snoring and Short Sleep Linked to Poor Breast Cancer Survival

A new study shows that women who report snoring and getting too little sleep before their breast cancer diagnosis have much poorer survival rates than those who get enough sleep and don’t snore.

The researchers suggest that the connection could be that poor sleep drives inflammatory processes that can worsen cancer.

A […]

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