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What Causes Snoring?


What Causes Snoring?

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Have you ever wondered what causes snoring? It's not just an annoyance for bed partners; it can also indicate underlying health issues. Approximately 46.6% of the Canadian population snore, according to a Canadian study.

Snoring occurs when there's a partial blockage of the airway during sleep, causing tissues in the throat and nasal passage to vibrate. While occasional snoring is common, persistent and loud snoring may be a sign of a more serious condition like sleep apnea.

A 2020 sleep study found that study participants who changed their sleep position and bed had reduced snoring episodes.

Health Effects of Snoring

Snoring doesn't just disrupt sleep; it can also impact overall health. Chronic snoring has been linked to cardiovascular issues, daytime fatigue, poor mental performance, mood disturbances, and an increased risk of accidents. It's essential to address snoring to prevent these health complications

Remedies for Snoring: From Lifestyle Changes to Medical Interventions

Fortunately, there are various remedies for snoring, ranging from simple lifestyle changes to medical interventions. Lifestyle modifications like changing sleep positions, losing weight, and avoiding alcohol before bedtime can help reduce snoring.

Additionally, using intraoral devices, undergoing surgical procedures, or trying innovative products like Polysleep's wedge pillow can also alleviate snoring symptoms.

Polysleep’s Takeaway

  1. Snoring disrupts sleep and affects health.
  2. Explore solutions like lifestyle changes.
  3. Consider innovative products like Polysleep's wedge pillow.
  4. Improve sleep quality and reduce snoring.
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