Why do some people snore more loudly than others?

And why do most snorers make their own unique sound? Read more

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Although the sound of snoring doesn't usually awaken the snorer, the noise can be harmful beyond just keeping the rest of the family awake. Read more

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The second most common form is central sleep apnea (CSA).

Although many people are afflicted with this sleep disorder, they often are unaware that they have it because they are asleep when it occurs.

Who's most likely to have obstructive sleep apnea? - Read more

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Changing your sleeping environment may help eliminate snoring.

Surprisingly, these are some of the environmental factors that can affect whether some people snore: Read more

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Many dogs - and sometimes cats and other animals - can snore like a buzz saw. Read more

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Sleep deprivation often affects the partners of people who snore. Read more

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The partner of a snorer is often told to roll the snoring sleeper onto his or her side, since many people snore only when lying on their backs. Read more

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Research shows that a child with at least one snoring parent is three times more likely to snore than are children without snoring parents. Read more

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