Yes! It is possible to stop snoring. If snoring is becoming a serious problem, then it’s time to do something about it.
It’s not easy to live with someone who snores. It could instantly take a toll on a relationship.
Snoring can be a big stress for your relationship. In a study more than 50% of couples admitted that snoring leads to serious arguments and is affecting their relationship. 80% of them said that sometimes they have to sleep in the other room for a sound sleep. Snoring affects your relationships as it is frustrating situation for both the partners. Since snoring disturbs your sleep it directly leads to situations that can diminish affection amongst the spouse.
Snoring is a common problem for almost everybody. Although it’s widely believed that snoring affects older people more, both young and old are affected just the same.
Any person can snore. Frequently, people who do not regularly snore will report snoring after a viral illness, after drinking alcohol, or when taking some medications.
People who snore can have any body type. We frequently think of a large man with a thick neck as a snorer. However, a thin woman with a small neck can snore just as loudly. In general, as people get older and as they gain weight, snoring will worsen.
To understand why snoring affects almost everybody, one has to know what snoring is. Snoring happens when breathing is obstructed. Unfortunately, that can happen in a lot of ways. One way to obstruct breathing is by simply sleeping on the back.
Scientists say there are two types of snorers: those who snore only when they sleep on their backs, and those who do it regardless of their position. After sleep researchers in Israel examined more than 2,000 sleep apnea patients, for example, they found that 54 percent were “positional,” meaning they snored only when asleep on their backs. The rest were “nonpositional.”
Smoking and drinking alcohol can also cause one to snore. When it comes to smoking, it’s not just the smoker …