Virtually everyone on this planet snores at one point or another. There are instances when you are just too tired that you end up making that annoying sound in your slumber without you knowing at all much to the annoyance of the people around you. You literally have no control over it but it has such a big impact on your life.
There are different reasons why a person snores. First is sleep apnea. Take note, though, that not all snorers have sleep apnea yet almost all patients diagnosed with sleep apnea snores in their sleep. Some of the reasons can be the following:
- Sleep position
- Vice (Alcohol drinking and smoking)
- Nasal and sinus problem
- Body built
- Medications/Drug Interactions
They all contribute to sleep apnea and can lead to snoring. As annoying as it may be, snoring also serves as a warning to the public that a person’s health and well-being is in grave danger. It is about time you set that appointment with a doctor or a sleep specialist before things get out of hand. Sleep apnea has no cure but it can be managed. Allowing your symptoms to go berserk will only compromise your health even further.
Just about everyone snores at one time or the other through their life time for different reasons, some people snore on a regular basis and this disrupts the quality of their sleep.
Snoring is the harsh buzzing sound some of us make when we’re asleep.
Experts say this could lead to daytime fatigue, irritability and some health problems too. It could also create some major emotional issues.
Snoring happens when you can’t move air freely through your nose and throat while sleeping. This makes the surrounding tissue vibrate, thereby producing the familiar snoring sound.
People who snore regularly often have too much throat and nasal tissue or floppy tissue that is more prone to vibrating. The position of the tongue can also get in the way of smooth breathing.
It is important to understand the cause behind your snoring because different people snore for different reasons. Understanding why one