Getting More Sleep by Eliminating Snoring

About 45 million Americans find their sleep interrupted by snorers. The lack of sleep can have a number of negative consequences. Not only will it make your partner tired and unable to function to the best of their ability during the day, but it can contribute to bad moods, to your weight, and to the level of intimacy you have with your partner. What at first seems harmless is in fact a far-reaching problem for many Americans.
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Snoring May Be a Warning of Serious Health Risk

Researchers also found that people who snore were more likely to suffer from this arterial thickening than others with more widely known risk factors for cardiovascular disease, including smokers, people who are overweight, and those with high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Researchers examined data from 913 patients who sought treatment at Henry Ford Hospital’s sleep clinic. All the participants were between the ages of 18-50, and none of them had obstructive sleep apnea. Of this group, 54 men and women completed a survey about their snoring histories. They also received ultrasounds to measure the thickness of the intima-media of the carotid artery wall. Intima-media thickness is a measurement of the two innermost layers of the carotid artery wall. Thickening of the intima-media layers is considered a sign of elevated risk for cardiovascular disease.
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Yourwellness Magazine Follows Up Launch of Anti-Snoring Device

The SnoreRX Mouthpiece is an anti-snoring oral appliance that has been popularly advertised across Canada and the United States, and works by slightly pushing the lower jaw and tongue forward so that it provides better airflow and away from the back of the throat and stops the vibration of the throat muscles. The device has recently been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which confirms that SnoreRX is a safe and effective anti-snoring mouthpiece and meets its claims. ( ) With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine explored how snoring might be a larger heart attack risk than smoking. According to Yourwellness Magazine, aIf you ever slept next to someone who snores you know that it can be a bit of a pain when youare trying to get some sleep.
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