If you snore loudly, chances are you've heard a few jokes about it. There are a whole host of things that will put you at risk for sleep apnea — or aggravate it. Let's explore the dangers of sleep apnea and what you can do about it.
It may seem that sleep folklore is harmless or just plain silly, but sleep is a serious business. Employing ineffective sleep practices and habits, no matter how minor they appear to be, are detrimental to a healthy state of sleep. We'll break it down for you.
Breath is the source of all life. Unfortunately, people with sleep apnea fight for air every night. They go to sleep, not knowing that their breathing ceases for short bursts of time. This virtually minor inconvenience can have severe consequences for your health. So, what is sleep apnea anyway? Let’s get into it.
Disrupted sleep. Drowsiness. Irritability. Fear. That's the chain of repercussions that come from the burden of sleeping with a snorer. After trying everything and hoping for the best, unfortunately, the snores do not disappear. So what can you do to start sleeping peacefully again? Here are our tips.
Approximately 25 percent of the population snores frequently. If you have difficulty falling asleep or sleeping through the night because your partner snores, you may be compelled to take up permanent residence down the hall. Here are several steps to reduce the frequency and severity of snoring to sleep peacefully.
If you regularly suffer from sleep problems, you might be wondering if you have an actual sleep disorder. An estimated 50 to 70 million people in the United States suffer from sleep disorders. While they can only be diagnosed by a qualified health care professional, recognizing symptoms is the first step to treatment.