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Snoring is a problem among all ages and both genders and is a sign of a disturbed sleep. It is a disorder caused due to repetitive narrowing and collapsing of the upper airway, resulting in that harsh, unpleasant sound.
Although it is sometimes believed to be only an annoying and embarrassing side effect of deep sleep, snoring is a symptom which should be investigated further, as it can significantly cause psychological and social damage to the sufferer. Snoring has a tendency to worsen with age, especially if left untreated.
Snoring not only hampers the quality of life of your bed partner and of those around you, but has a negative impact on your life as well. It is independently responsible for increased risk of heart disease and day time dysfunction or drowsiness.
Snoring and sleep apnea could result in increased motor vehicle accidents, decreased productivity, irritability, decreased quality of life, reduced sexual function and increased risk of death.
Snoring is most common among males and those who are overweight and is a sign of sleep deprivation. The loud sound you make while sleeping transpires as you breathe in air, and can come through the combination of, or separately through your nose or mouth, and if accompanied with sleep apnea can prove to be a fatal condition.