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How Does A Loud Snorer Not Wake Up From The Noisy Snoring
Wake Up Snoring: Loud snorers often do "wake up", but not due to the loudness of the snoring, but due to dropping oxygen in the blood. The wakes don't have to mean fully awake, but more commonly involve tossing and turning, especially if the snoring leads to reduction of airflow for more than ten seconds. Go see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some do: Interestingly some due. The major reason, though, is because sleep is actually an unconscious state so our bodies react much less to the environment. Usually a very major noise or change will wake us up unless we are in lighter sleep at the time when this occurs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can I do to deal with my loud snoring? It creates sore throats when i wake up and is embarrassing
Depends how severe: You should consult with your md as snoring may be a sign of sleep apnea. Dental devices can be very effective to control both non-apneic snoring and sleep apnea. Losing weight, avoiding alcohol or sedating medications, and getting a good nights sleep regularly all can help as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I snore of a night so loud and breath through my mouth a lot I even wake my self up snoring and hardly get much sleep? Any idea why this happens?!
Snoring Home Remedy: Anything that helps relieve upper airway obstruction -- oral decongestants, nasal steroid sprays, nasal dilators -- all may be helpful. Is weight loss a "home remedy"? If so, this is generally the best way to help relieve snoring, after relieving a stuffy nose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Evaluation: You need to have a thorough clinical evaluation and any supporting diagnostic tests performed. Snoring is produced by turbulent airflow which can be caused by a number of different things. Something as simple as sleeping on your side may help. Some people can have their dentist fit them for an appliance that repositions the jaw. Some patients may also benefit from the pillar procedure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Simple things first: You can sleep on your side, avoid alcohol, and start a weight loss regimen if needed. But loud snoring can be a sign of serious sleep apnea. The best advice I have for you is be seen by an ENT that can evaluate your airway screen you for obstructive sleep apnea. There are a number of surgical and non surgical treatments that i as an ENT can offer to most of my patients. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several things: If you are just a loud snorer, you can try some simple things....Sleep on your side (they make shirts with tennis balls on the back to keep you on your side), avoid alcohol and sedatives close to bedtime, and lose weight. If you are a loud snorer, you could also have sleep apnea (sa). Talk to your md to have a sleep study to determine if your have sa as this can be much more serious than snoring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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