How Snoring Can Wreak Havoc On A Marriage
First, says the British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association, I must test to see if the noise is coming from my nose or my throat. If you can make a snoring noise with your mouth open and closed, try this: stick your tongue out as far as it will go and grip it between your teeth. Now try to make a snoring noise. If it is reduced, you are probably a ‘tongue base snorer’ (your tongue is vibrating, causing the problem). Nose snorers can snore with their mouth closed.
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Snoring During Pregnancy Increases Risk of Delivering Smaller Babies, Says Research
According to the National Sleep Foundation, 39 percent of American adults get less than seven hours of sleep each weeknight , and more than one in three (37 percent) are so sleepy during the day that it interferes with daily activities. The sleep loss associated with snoring — whether it’s the snorer or the bed partner who is awakened by the snoring, interrupts important recuperative sleep, which can impair a person’s ability to perform cognitive tasks involving memory, learning, reasoning and mathematical processes. It can impair motor skills and can cause morning headaches, irritability, burnout and depression, to mention just a few symptoms. Symptoms can be even more severe for the snorer if they have sleep apnea, a condition which causes them to stop breathing often many times a night and wake gasping for air.
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soldier embracing a Muslim woman is creating a bit of a stir, and it might be headed for a city near you. Is this an advertisement for tolerance? Acceptance? It has to be some sort of PSA, right?
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Billboard of U.S. Soldier and Muslim Sparks Controversy in California
Lead author Louise O’Brien, Ph.D., M.S., associate professor at U-M’s Sleep Disorders Center, said that chronic snoring is associated with both smaller babies and C-sections, even after accounting other risk factors. The study suggests that doctors have a window of opportunity to screen pregnant women for breathing problems during sleep that may put them at risk of poor delivery outcomes, O’Brien explained. Timing of snoring patterns also made a difference in outcomes, researchers found. Meanwhile, those who started snoring only during pregnancy had higher risk of both elective and emergency C-sections than women who did not snore. The study included 1,673 pregnant women, who were recruited from prenatal clinics at U-M between 2007 and 2010, with 35 percent of the women reporting habitual snoring.
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