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A poke to cure your snore

... 11 decibels to 2 decibels.// In the past severe snorers have undergone an operation whereby portions of the soft palate are cut away.But trimming the palate can cause irreparable damage and there have been at least seven deaths in America following the procedure. Professor Douglas, who is based at Edinb...

Snoring Linked To Headaches

... were more than twice as likely to also be chronic snorers than the people with occasional(104 headaches per year) headaches. The study involved people between age 18 and 65. When the researchers analysed people, those with chronic headache had an average of 260 days with headaches per year and those with oc...

A Cheap Device to Stop Snoring from New Zealand

... 'aveoTSD' after eight years of research that make snorers sleep like babies, reports New Zealand's leading news website Stuff. Robertson's father died of cardiac problems associated with sleep apnoea in 1983, inspiring him to work on remedies to the problem. Manufactured in Christchurch, users say the de...

Get Into Bed And Sleep Like A Baby

... The device is like using a dummy that makes the snorers sleep like a baby. It costs only a fraction of expensive sleep masks and can be prescribed by a doctor without the need to visit a specialist. It is similar to buying a new pair of shoes and getting used to them. The device is reported to have a 90...

Kids Overcome Behavioral And Sleep Problems After Tonsillectomy

...nort and gasp throughout the night, though not all snorers have sleep apnea. About one to three percent of children have OSA, including a good number of those children who snore regularly. Enlarged tonsils are a common cause of the sleep disorder in children, while obesity, allergies, acid reflux and structu...

Snoring Runs in the Family

...ow. Some of the treatments available for chronic snorers are surgical, laser and radio-wave treatments as w...6 percent of the fathers were found to be habitual snorers Children of such parent were almost three times as likely to snore frequently than children of non-s...

Snorers, Tattoo Wearers Out From Chinese Army

The Chinese Army has banned chronic snorers from joining up. These are new standards that have been introduced by the Army. //"Given that chronic snorers' sounds disturb the life of others, a new regulation ... has been added," the Beijing Times newspaper quoted army official Li Chunming as sa...

Snoring Could Be Deadly If Left Untreated

...ast 10 seconds or longer during sleep. Partners of snorers have often said that the sleep apnea sufferer would stop breathing in their sleep and choke or gasp on waking up. 'A person who may have sleep apnea often feels tired, they need to nap during the day, especially during moments of quiet activity, wh...

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