Do you snore? Do you think you have health problems if you snore?

snore - do you snore?
@mycharm88 (2292)
Philippines
June 1, 2007 8:25pm CST
A friend told me that snoring is sign of health problems, my father snores so loud at night and i'm bothered hearing this.. Is this true? is there something we can do to stop him from snoring?Do share your thoughts pls.
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5 responses
• India
13 Jun 07
Even i heard about that snoring is a sign of health problem.Actually when there is some problem in nose or if somebody is having cold then people usually snore.......
@mycharm88 (2292)
• Philippines
14 Jun 07
ok, now i know that it is a serious health problem.. thanks
@camar_lyn (1028)
• Singapore
12 Jun 07
Snoring - Snoring is a condition. Not just a social problem.
It is a health condition when someone snores very loudly while sleeping. Snoring is worsen by obesity and nasal congestion. Leading to sleep apnea in some - pause in snoring, followed by gasping or snorting. Patient can stop breathing literally. There are products out there that claims to stop snoring. But i do not really know if they work. - Lyn
@mycharm88 (2292)
• Philippines
14 Jun 07
Thanks, you have any suggestions to what products?
• Singapore
4 Jun 07
I don't snore. Snoring is a serious problem as it might portend some health issues, or it will "simply" disturb your roommate.
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@mycharm88 (2292)
• Philippines
14 Jun 07
yeah you're right about that... I can't sleep with someone who snores.Lol!
@Zelmarq (12423)
• Cebu City, Philippines
2 Jun 07
I dont snore whne I sleep, I have noticed I only snore when I get so tired during the day and when I lay flat in bed. Its when I get so busy and have done many household chores during the day. Though I maybe soundly sleeping I know I am snoring.
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@mycharm88 (2292)
• Philippines
3 Jun 07
Yeah, that's what they always say.. We snore after a very tiring day, as for me i cannot really say if i'm snoring or not because i'm sleeping alone in my room unless someone wakes me up and say that i am lols!!Thanks zelmarq!
• Malaysia
2 Jun 07
There are medicine out there to at least stop the snoring. It is believed that the snoring come because of the blocked nose.. some sort of inflammation or dilation of blood vessel...can't remember that but something to do with the sweeling of the wall or lining then it blocked the airways and cause snoring. Read somewhere, sometimes it can be caused by dust mite or something. You can look up on the internet.. but the medicine is available... here we have Snore No More - that is the name..
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@mycharm88 (2292)
• Philippines
3 Jun 07
Hello alfonselric!! thank you very much for the info, maybe i'll read about that product some time. take care and thank you for the response.