Blog - Snoring
According to the Amercian Academy of Otolaryngology, roughly 45 percent of adults snore on occasion and 25 percent are frequent snorers. Daytime drowsiness, high blood pressure, and heart conditions are the complications which may result being a snorer.
15,879 OSA patients and 63,296 healthy adults have been analyzed by the researchers from Keele University. For around six years, the participants were followed.
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.