Do you often find yourself tossing and turning at night, disrupted by the sounds of snoring? If so, you’re not alone. Snoring can be a major obstacle to achieving a restful night’s sleep, affecting both the snorer and their sleep partner. However, there’s a natural and effective solution that can transform your sleep experience –

Replace tossing and turning with sound, peaceful sleep by following these 10 bedtime routines. 1. Embrace Your Dark Side When darkness descends, your body’s natural inclination is to rest and sleep. But light in the bedroom can interfere with sound slumber. Eliminate all sources of light from your room such as a digital clock’s glow

If you want to stop snoring and Sleep Apnea 100% naturally in as little as 7 days there is no better way than to follow a proper ketogenic diet. If you can follow it strict for 30 days, your snoring will stop. After the 30 days you can go back to eating normally but you’ll

Imagine not having to feel embarrassed by your loud snoring anymore. What would it feel like to have the confidence to go on that trip with your friends without the fear of keeping them up all night with your snoring and then having to endure the teasing the next day? What if your spouse or

So there was a recent study done in the UK about divorce.SNORING, fishing and going vegetarian are now among the most popular grounds for divorce in modern BritainOne pattern which seems to be emerging is that a change in lifestyle by one party triggers disgruntlement in the other. Here’s what a prominent divorce attorney had

You may have heard the term ‘chronic inflammation’ quite often over the last few years. Chronic inflammation is widespread, low grade inflammation that persists throughout the body. It is diagnosed when specific markers are found in the blood or tissue. The reason that it’s coming up so frequently now is that research is now showing

A study appears to show that sleep related breathing disorders are a result of chronic inflammation. This is especially true of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. The Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome Inflammation Connection An inflammatory cytokine is a molecule that is secreted by immune cells (e.g. t-cells) that promote inflammation. The study linked above looked at

Nasal polyps are swollen, fluid-filled sacs in the nasal passages that make it difficult to breathe properly through your nose. If you have a problem with snoring, this inflammation is almost surely the cause of your problems. If you combine nasal polyps with allergies, colds, or other sources of inflammation, the problem can become even

Obstructive sleep apnea causes people to stop breathing in their sleep. Recently, a report published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine has pinpointed a unique cause. People who are over weight, and suffer from sleep apnea often have fatty tongues. This can increase the symptoms of sleep apnea. This isn’t entirely

There’s a potential cure and it’s being kept quiet…Every night, in homes across the country, bedrooms reverberate with the trumpeting, whistling, whining and grunting of the nation’s snorers.It’s a deafening cacophony that blights an estimated 60 percent of the population — and their long-suffering partners — and fuels a lucrative and ever-growing trade in snore-busting

The Snore Whisperer

The Snore Whisperer