Blog - Snoring
Discounting the silly "solutions" that obviously don't work, we are left with three main groups - surgery, cpap and mouthpieces.
Surgery is a bit of a lottery - around 50% of patients get no improvement at all, a significant number find the snoring/OSA is worse after the surgery, it is very expensive, and, whatever the outcome, there are NO refunds.
Have you ever been told by your partner that you snore during sleep? You should understand your partner is not making conversation, but she/he is actually complaining. Don't believe me? Ask them if they are fine with it.
Snoring is a very common sleep problem, and it affects males more frequently than females. It has a tendency to worsen with increasing age and weight. Snoring is caused when the flow of air between your mouth and throat is obstructed while you're asleep.
Snoring is one of the most common problem faced by people all across the planet. It not only causes the patient to feel sleepless but also keeps the people around him awake because of the high volume sounds it causes them to make. A person who snores is often ridiculed for this and always has a guilt feel even though it is not something he is doing on purpose or is in control of.A lot of people take this problem lightly and do nothing about it but this can take a dangerous form, as in some cases the trouble can get intensified, causing the patient to not being able to breathe while sleeping.