Heavy snoring could be a sign of sleep apnea amongst other symptoms. It happens when air flows past relaxed tissues in the back of the throat. One in three men and one in four women do it, according to Statistics Canada. If you’re a smoker or consume alcohol , have allergies, are overweight or generally are sleep deprived there’s a good chance that you snore and even have sleep apnea .
There are various treatments to choose from : nasal strips to CPAP machines . Even surgery is an option in some cases.
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