Do you snore when you sleep? Here’s what you can do to avoid:

@chavezrmc (5826)
Philippines
March 28, 2007 6:03am CST
Lose weight, Quit smoking, Avoid alcohol and sedatives. Avoid sleeping at your back with your head facing up. Up to 40% of people snore mostly men, older people and those who are overweight.. Though most of us dismiss it as a nuisance, snoring can lead to a serious problem. It can lead to sleep apnoea which causes the sufferer to stop breathing for up to ten seconds at a time during sleep. We should not take for granted snore, this is just a friendly reminder to everyone.
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@umitcicek (464)
• Turkey
28 Mar 07
My mother snores everynight.I usually snore when I work hard and get tired.I usually burst my head into the pillow.Most of the time,snoring people are unaware of that they snore.I also talk in my dreams when I mentally distressed.Snoring is related to to phsical obstructive breathing during sleep.Socially,snoring is distruptive to family life.It causes to distruption of family members.
@chavezrmc (5826)
• Philippines
1 Apr 07
Try to do the things i enumerated coz i tried those for hubby and this really helps.
@magnel (2263)
• India
1 Apr 07
Thank you very much for sharing such good stuff... i would definitely spread it among my known people...
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@stephcjh (32327)
• United States
28 Mar 07
Those are some very legitimate tips. I smoke and I drink on occasion but the most times that I snore is when I am very tired or have drank just a little too much. My husband also snores and he also smokes and drinks. He snores very loud but most of his snoring comes from his nose being broke twice over the years. He snores the worst when he is also very tired on top of all of the other things I mentioned.