Snoring Problems: Any Idea Why You Have Them?

Have you ever wondered why approximately, 90 million American adults suffer from snoring problems out of who, 37 million are trying to cope with it on a regular basis?  This could a burning question in the mind of every snorer or someone who is living with a snoring partner.  There are plenty of causes of…

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Snoring Problem: Everyone Knows Someone Who Has It

It is rather tough to find someone who does not snore or who does not know someone who is coping with a snoring problem. No wonder, because the prevalence of snoring is so common. Close to 90 million adults in the US snore, out of who 37 million complain of snoring regularly. Though there is…

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Want To Reduce Sleep Apnea Symptoms? Thyroid Surgery Promises Relief

Thyroidectomy is a type of surgery that is performed to remove all or part of an enlarged thyroid gland. According to American Thyroid Association news release dated Oct. 26, 2011, this surgery appears to reduce snoring and other symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea.

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New Device Promises Sleep Apnea Relief for Back Sleepers

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Faith-Restoring Research Confirms Efficacy of Mandibular Advancement Splints (MAS) for Snoring and Sleep Apnea

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Adaptive Servo Ventilation: Major Breakthrough in Sleep Apnea Treatment

Adaptive Servo Ventilation is a recent breakthrough in the treatment of Sleep Apnea. Its difference from the existing sleep apnea treatments is that its air pressure support continuously adapts to the patient and also adjusts according to the level of breathing that the patient exerts. Adaptive Servo Ventilation is a special ventilation therapy that monitors…

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Sleep apnea death: a reminder of how serious your condition is

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Sleep Apnea and Sudden Cardiac Death: Mayo Clinic Finds Strong Link

This is a pretty shocking piece of research scientists at the Mayo Clinic have concluded that obstructive sleep apnea is one of two highest risk factors for sudden cardiac death (SCD) – the other risk factor being age (being 60 years of age or older). According to the researchers, OSA is implicated in sudden cardiac…

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