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Is There A An Easy Cure For Snoring
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Sinus rinses help: Sinus rinses are an easy natural way to help with many sinus infections. I recommend an over the counter kit to make sure you have the right concentration of salt and ph, which is important. If you have an infection lasting for more than 7-10 days, antibiotics may help dramatically however. Go see your doctor in that case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Acute or chronic?: Acute bronchitis is caused by infection, usually of either bacterial or viral origin. Acute bronchitis is treated with antibiotics if bacterial origin or symptomatic therapy if viral origin. This treatment will resolve acute bronchitis. There is no cure for chronic bronchitis, a form of copd. ...Read more
Usually yes: First you need to find out why the ed is happening. Stress, anxiety, insomnia, low testosterone, diabetes, hypertension, etc all can contribute. Depending on the cause, your doc can help you fix the problem. Ask for help. If your family doc can't help you, then ask for a referral. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Anemia is a low red blood cell (rbc) count; this can also be defined by a low hemoglobin level, which is the protein that carries oxygen in the rbc. Anemia is either due to decreased production of rbcs (ie dietary) or increased destruction/loss (ie bleeding). Many of these causes are treatable/curable, but require diagnosis first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
R/O OSA: IT MAY BE : OSA can be suggested by history and physical. Excess snoring/daytime sleepiness/apneic episodes/ aM headaches. And the Exam obesity/small oral airway/collar size>18. The definitive test is a PSG with split night/CPAP titration. I would request copy of sleep study and get a second opinion if you are not satisfied with the options. You are young CPAP vs ENT FOR UPP EVAL. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on the cause: Snoring is a significant problem for many people, & often goes undiagnosed or gets passed off as an irritation. A great place to start is an examination by an ear, nose, & throat doctor and a sleep study. Sleep apnea, a serious and potentially life threatening condition, should be ruled out or diagnosed through a sleep a study. Based on findings, options will be presented. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vibrations in throat: It is usually caused by vibrations in the throat area. Possible cures include sleeping on your side, loosing weight, surgery, and an oral appliance. If the self help options don't work i would see a physician to rule out a life threatening condition called sleep apnea. If you don't have sleep apnea, then i would consider the other options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tongue blocks: Snoring is caused by a partial or sometimes s full obstruction of our airway in the back of our throat. In many, our sleeping position causes the snoring, in some the relationships of the tongue, the palate and the back of the throat become loose and not coordinated, That produces obstruction and in some sleep apnea, or not breathing by the obstruction. See a sleep apnea specialist to help. ...Read more
Not always: If your snoring is due to a restricted NASAL airway, then septoplasty may be beneficial. In many other instances this is due to condtiins with the soft palate, tongue, jaw or or pharynx which are not addressed at the time of septoplasty. A sleep study may be necessary in addition to a history and thorough physical examination. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Well: Of course, sleep apnea should generally be ruled out with snoring. But if you don't have osa, then there are some over-the-counter options. If these don't work, there are surgeries to help. Check this out: promising non-invasive snore therapy! http://wp.Me/p3oeih-8l. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: Depends on what is causing the snoring. If there is sleep apnea, a dental device or positive airway pressure therapy may treat it. Maintaining an ideal weight, eradicating nasal congestion/obstruction, improving sleep hygiene, and avoiding alcohol at night may help as well (again depends on the cause). Please see a sleep doctor for evaluation and possible treatment. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Sleep study first: Snoring, the noise that emanates from the soft tissues of the oropharyngeal walls during inspiration, can become a component of sleep apnea. This usually does not occur until the age of 35 to 40 and may be connected with weight gain. Get the sleep study first to cure the cause and not a symptom. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sleep apnea: Several possibilities: some people only snore if they sleep on their back, so try avoiding that. Losing weight. See an ear nose ; throat specialist to evaluate your tonsils, adenoids and sinus wear a custom made dental device that holds your jaw forward while you sleep thereby increasing the airway. ...Read more
Snoring: Several possibilities: some people only snore if they sleep on their back, so try avoiding that. Losing weight. See an ear nose & throat specialist to evaluate your tonsils, adenoids and sinus wear a custom made dental device that holds your jaw forward while you sleep thereby increasing the airway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Snoring: Several possibilities: some people only snore if they sleep on their back, so try avoiding that. Losing weight. See an ear nose ; throat specialist to evaluate your tonsils, adenoids and sinus wear a custom made dental device that holds your jaw forward while you sleep thereby increasing the airway. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have started snoring in my sleep which causes a lot of disturbance to my family. How can I cure it?
Snoring remedies: If you are overweight, losing weight not only reduces pressure on the airways, the tongue shrinks in size, further opening the airway. Don't sleep on your back ( sew a pocket in a t-shirt and put a tennis ball in it ). See an ENT to make sure that there isn't a problem with deviated septum, tonsils or adenoids. Use breathe rite strips. See a dentist to have a custom sleep device made. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
R/O OSA: IT MAY: OSA can be suggested by history and physical. Excess snoring/daytime sleepiness/apneic episodes/ aM headaches. And the Exam obesity/small oral airway/collar size>18. The definitive test is a PSG with split night/CPAP titration. I would request copy of sleep study and get a second opinion if you are not satisfied with the options. You are young CPAP vs ENT FOR UPP EVAL. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In need of a drug to cure acute snoring,i am 25 and weigh 70.also is it normal to have pain during ovulation?
No pills: There is no drug to cure snoring, it is because of anatomy and blocking air flow when you relax and sleep. devices can help, oral appliances, CPAP and others,if the noise is signalling significant breathing problems with sleep. some surgeries exist, including a tonsillectomy when tonsils are very large. sometimes things as easy as different pillows, positioning, ...Read more
Can rhinoplasty correct chronic snoring? My husband is considering rhinoplasty for cosmetic reasons, but is it possible that it will cure his chronic snoring as well?
Snore: Not necessarily. Could be result of fatty tissue gathering in/around your throat, obstruction in nasal passages, effect of alcohol/drugs relaxing the throat muscles, tongue dropping to the back from sleeping on your back, or obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep study would be helpful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can't sleep well during night time. Is there anybody call tell me how to solve and cure this snoring problem?
If it's Just snoring: See your dentist for an oral appliance that advances the position of your lower jaw or the aveo tsd (moves tongue forward) to open the air passage to reduce or eliminate snoring. If overweight, then weight reduction may be beneficial for snoring reduction as well as overall health improvement. But consider a sleep study to rule out sleep apnea (a serious condition). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a septoplasty cure snoring? I'm weighing the pros and cons of getting a septoplasty. My doctor wants me to get one, but i don't usually have that much trouble breathing. But I do snore quite loudly. If septoplasty could help, that would be a huge pro
Snoring and septum: Which doctor, your pcp or ent, is recommending? In most studies septoplasty does nothing to cure snoring. Septoplasty "staightens" the wall between the two nasal passages to make airflow more smooth, but turbulent airflow it corrects is a minor source of snoring. It does nothing to stop the rumbling of the soft tissues of the palate and tongue--the most significant sources of snoring. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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