Snoring can be caused by a number of factors, and whilst it can’t be cured, it can be controlled. If you are unsure what makes you snore, our snoring advice may help you choose the right solution for you.
For 1 in 4 of us, snoring is a normal part of everyday life. However, severe snoring can have a detrimental effect on our health, if left untreated. How severe is my snoring? The NHS advises that there are three ‘grades’ of snoring: Grade one – infrequent, fairly...read more
Snoring is incredibly common. With the statistics showing that 1 in 4 people snore, it’s likely that you’ll sleep in the same room or next door to a snorer at some point in your life. However, if your partner snores, this can have a negative effect on your health and...read more
Understanding the differences between sleep apnoea and snoring is the first step to effective treatment of both conditions. What causes snoring? Snoring is caused by the vibration of respiratory structures due to obstructed air movement while you’re asleep. It can...read more
Does your partner’s snoring wake you up in the early hours? Is snoring the cause of many a ridiculous argument, or is it a source of embarrassment for you when you doze off on the bus or the train? So why, when our heads hit the pillow after a busy day, are so many of...read more
Everyone snores for different reasons, so before you can find a cure, you must first identify what makes you snore. There are a number of proven techniques that can help you eliminate snoring, but it may require some patience, lifestyle changes and some trial and...read more
What is snoring? Snoring is defined as any ‘turbulent’ airflow between the nose and the upper throat. The snorting or grunting noise heard indicates that there is a blockage somewhere in the air passages. The majority of people snore on occasion, but if snoring...read more