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Snoring Mouthpiece: Cost effective Solution For Snorers

SnoreMeds snoring mouthpiece is an effective treatment for simply snoring. It was discovered to be an effective device to treat snoring by website owner and product distributor David Hernandez. He had suffered for years with snoring and mild obstructive sleep apnea and thankfully he is making thi...

Frequent Snoring in Pregnancy Could Signal Blood Sugar Trouble

...y when they were between six and 20 weeks pregnant, and again in their third trimester. The researchers found that pregnant women who were frequent snorers -- defined as snoring at least three nights per week -- had a 14.3 percent chance of developing gestational diabetes, but among women who did not snor...

Snoring pregnant women at higher risk for gestational diabetes

... gestation) and in the third trimester. Pregnant women who were frequent snorers had a 14.3 percent chance of developing gestational diabetes, while women w... poor sugar tolerance." The study also showed more women became frequent snorers as their pregnancies progressed. Early in pregnancy, 11 percent of women in...

It Pays to Sleep: Prioritize Rest to Boost Health, Morale and Revenue

... treatments for sleep-disordered breathing. Snoring can be indicative of serious health problems; even mild snoring can disrupt sleep, depriving snorers and their bed partners of the rest they need. Lack of sleep can cause everything from fatigue and short tempers to decreased job performance and auto ...

AirWare, Inc., Maker of Brez(R) Premium Breathing Aids Offers Tips for Safely and Soundly Springing Ahead During the Switch to Daylight Savings Time

..., and heart disease. Data from an independent clinical study involving snorers with snoring (non-apneic) bed partners showed that those who used Brez expe...ced a 52 percent decrease in snoring events from an average of 1247 to 654. snorers who used the device had only a 22.4 percent likelihood of persistent snorin...

Men's Stroke Risk Rises Dramatically in Mid-40s

... a group of more than 9,000 people aged 65 or over, excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) was linked with a 33 percent increased risk of dying. Both loud snorers and non-snorers with EDS had an increased risk in mortality. There was no link between excessive daytime sleepiness and dying of cancer. "This is ...

Brez(R), the First Over-the-Counter, Intranasal Breathing Aid Clinically Proven to Reduce Primary Snoring, Debuts in Rite Aid Pharmacies

... deviated septum. Data from an independent clinical study involving 26 snorers (12 men and 14 women) with snoring (non-apneic) bed partners showed that th...ced a 52 percent decrease in snoring events from an average of 1247 to 654. snorers who used the device had only a 22.4 percent likelihood of persistent snorin...

Heart Hormone Elevated in Children Who Wet Bed

...en the two problems. The researchers reviewed almost 18,000 surveys completed by parents of 5- to 7-year-old children to see how many were habitual snorers or had problems with enuresis. From that group, they found that 1,976 children -- about 11 percent -- were habitual snorers. Fifty-three percent of ...

New study in JCSM finds that obesity can predict upper airway obstruction amongst children

...st that monitors the brain, eye movements, muscle activity, heart rhythm, and breathing. The children were classified as Infrequent Snorers, Habitual snorers or with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS). According to the results, the association between body mass and upper airway obstruction severity ...

PDSS reliable in measuring impact of sleep disorders on teens' academic performance

...in four percent and occasional in seven percent. Reported snoring or apneas and the PDSS were independent predictors of poor academic performance, as snorers had lower mean grades in mathematics and language. While students in other populations attempt to catch up on sleep debt during weekends, youngster...
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