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Snoring occurs when air flows past relaxed tissues, such as your tongue, soft palate and airway, as you breathe. The sagging tissues narrow your airway, causing these tissues to vibrate leading to harsh, noisy breathing caused by an improper inflow and outflow of air during sleep.

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How do you know when snoring is a sign of a health problem? While it may be annoying to those around you, it’s probably harmless. But once you experience sleeping disturbances or daytime sleepiness, this is a sign that it might be something more. With Obstructive Sleep Apnea, your relaxed muscles block the airways, making it difficult to breathe and putting serious stress on your heart. It can be tempting to ignore snoring or assume it’s harmless, especially if you have been living with it for a long time. In fact, you could be endangering yourself by not getting your sleep habits professionally checked out.


Not inertially dangerous however if snoring is interrupts the all-important REM (rapid eye movement) phase of sleep, which is the most important part of rest to be restorative or recuperative. More importantly, snoring may be an indication of a serious health condition known as sleep apnea.

Snoring can be caused by a number of factors, such as the anatomy of your mouth and sinuses, alcohol consumption, allergies, a cold, and your weight. When your sleep progresses from a light to deep sleep, the muscles in the roof of your mouth (soft palate), tongue and throat relax.


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