Recent Sleep Disorders Articles
Seemingly more and more Americans are having trouble sleeping. This pattern is on the increase. An Introduction to Snoring
Someone who snores can often become the butt of jokes. But jokes aside, snoring is no laughing matter. Nearly 90 million Americans snore, most of them men, and very often snoring affects those over the age of 60. Why You Should Stop Snoring
If you or your sleeping partner snores, you may think of snoring as merely an irritant. But, snoring can have serious social and health consequences. So, there is every reason why one should attempt to stop snoring. A Review of Recommended Snoring Cures
There are probably as many cures for snoring as there are people complaining about someone snoring. Over 300 anti-snoring devices and cures have been registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Offices. Popular Snoring Remedies
For reducing snoring there are a number of simple suggestions or home remedies. Let's take a look at some of the options or popular snoring remedies, in addition to the ubiquitous tennis ball cure. A Look at Snoring Treatments
If your own efforts to stop snoring do not help, consult your physician or an otolaryngologist -- or a doctor for the ear, nose, and throat. If you choose to try a dental appliance as a snoring treatment, you will need to see a dentist specializing in these devices. How to Prevent Snoring
You probably know at least one person who snores. It could be your partner, parents, grandparents, or even Uncle Ed or Aunt Emma that makes that sawing wood sound. Some laugh and make jokes about it, but it can be a symptom of a serious disorder.