Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea is more common than some realize. In fact, many people who have this medical condition don’t even know it. There are a few different kinds of sleep apnea. But obstructive sleep apnea (or OSA) is the most common. Read on to find out more about obstructive sleep apnea, including what causes it,

snoring anatomy

Snoring is the harsh buzzing sound some of us make when we’re asleep. So, what causes that sound? You snore because your breathing is obstructed in some way, usually because relaxed tissue is blocking your airway. As you breathe in, the air flowing past these tissues causes them to vibrate. And that vibration is what

partner snoring

Do you snore loudly just about every night? Is it bothering everyone in the house? If so,  don’t ignore it any longer. Here’s why.. There was a snoring study done at the Henry Ford Hospital, and what they found is alarming. They found that snoring is a bigger risk factor for stroke and heart attack

nasal dilator

There are many things that can cause snoring. And one of them is nasal congestion. Even if something else is the primary cause of your snoring, nasal issues can make you snore more often, or make your snoring more severe. Probably both. The nasal issues that can contribute to snoring include: Nasal congestion. Some only

8 Surgeries Used To Treat Snoring

snoring surgery

If you’re like most people who snore, you’ve probably tried plenty of snoring aids and remedies, only to find that none of them worked for you. Or maybe one or two of the remedies you tried did work. But you want a more permanent, more hassle-free solution. A solution like surgery. Have you considered having

air passage snoring

Snoring is caused by a partial obstruction of your airway. As you fall asleep, muscles in your soft palate, throat and tongue relax. If those muscles relax too much, they can fall into the back of your throat and partially obstruct your airway. As you breathe, the air passing through the airway causes those relaxed

Do you snore? Or maybe you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. In either case, you’ve probably been told that getting more exercise would help to alleviate your problem. And it’s true. If you increase your level of overall fitness, it might decrease the frequency and severity of your snoring. It might even reduce your sleep

essential oil for snoring

If you watch TV, read the newspaper, or flip through magazines, you can’t help knowing about essential oils, and their various healing properties. You probably know that essential oils can help relieve cold and flu symptoms, headaches and muscle pain. You’ve also heard they can strengthen your immune system, help you to relax, and even

Best Anti Snoring Pillows of 2018

sleep without snoring

Snoring remedies have been around for ages. And if you’ve had struggles with snoring at any time during the last few decades, chances are you’ve tried a few anti-snoring pillows. It’s even possible that the ones you tried didn’t work for you, and you just gave up on them. But hold on a minute. Some

foam ear plugs

 Every morning you wake up feeling tired. Sometimes more tired than you were when you went to bed the night before. You drag through your day, exhausted and unfocused. You might feel irritable and cranky, seemingly for no good reason. You can’t seem to focus on your work, and you forget important things like appointments

The Snore Whisperer

The Snore Whisperer