Snoring in kids is often viewed as harmless, cute, or funny, but snoring that persists for weeks or months at a time should be a serious concern for parents. Snoring can lead to a variety of health issues, and it’s often a sign of sleep apnea. Continue reading My Kid Snores—How Could They Be Affected?
In many cases, snoring can be easily remedied. This is usually the case when your snoring is the result of daily habits or lifestyle choices. If you have occasional or light snoring, you may want to try making some changes to the following: Continue reading Are There Tricks To Reduce Snoring?
Chronic snoring results from any of a variety of issues, one of which may be tonsillitis. Chronic tonsillitis involves the swelling of the tonsils, which are two lumps of tissue located at the back of the throat. This can constrict the throat, restricting airflow and causing snoring. Continue reading Symptoms and Causes of Chronic Tonsillitis
People may joke around about snoring, but few realize that snoring can be very serious. It may either indicate a health issue or even be the root cause of it. Particularly loud snoring is often an indicator of a severe restriction of airflow in the throat when sleeping, which can have a wide variety of negative effects. Continue reading Common Myths and Misconceptions About Snoring
Excess weight is often associated with snoring, and people who snore are often advised to lose weight. Weight loss can help reduce snoring, but in many cases, reduced snoring can assist with controlling your weight. Continue reading Snoring and Weight Loss
Stress is pretty much a normal factor in life. In fact, stress can be a great motivator if we use it to challenge ourselves to change things we don’t like. But stress can also be a great disruptor, especially if we bring it home with us after work and let it disrupt and/or destroy our night’s sleep. Continue reading Stress and Sleep
Sleep Apnea in Women is Often Overlooked
The Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) sufferer is often portrayed as a middle-aged man who snores like a buzzsaw. While obstructive sleep apnea is more common in men, many women suffer from OSA as well. But women’s sleep apnea often goes undiagnosed, leaving women with OSA untreated and at great risk for serious related health problems. Continue reading Women & Sleep Apnea
Those who are fortunate enough to enjoy healthy sleep often take a good night’s rest for granted. But if you or your sleeping partner suffer with snoring or sleep apnea, you know how difficult daily life can be without good quality sleep. Insufficient sleep can affect every facet of life from job performance to personal relationships to your physical and mental health. Continue reading Snoring, Sleep Apnea and Mental Health
Inventive individuals have searched for snoring solutions for many years. A lot of interesting and ineffective anti-snoring contraptions and gizmos have been created in an effort to stop this universal problem. Still, millions still suffer from sleep deprivation due to snoring and a more serious related condition, sleep apnea. (Image suggestion: old fashioned anti-snoring device) Continue reading Can a 20-Minute Procedure Really Help Snoring?
People choose the Snoring Center because they want proven, effective solutions to their snoring and sleep apnea problems — without cumbersome masks or painful surgery. Patients want better solutions and that is what we offer them! The Snoring Center is the Nation’s leading provider of minimally invasive, office-based treatment for snoring and sleep apnea. We focus on providing our patients with the types of solutions that we would want for ourselves and our families. Our physicians are board-certified ENT specialists who are passionate about diagnosing and treating snoring and sleep apnea using minimally invasive techniques. Continue reading Why Choose The Snoring Center?