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Does Your Spouse Snore? - About.com Marriage
Being awakened by your partner's snoring is called spousal arousal syndrome. Here are some suggestions to help not only yourself, but also your spouse sleep  ...
Marriage - Snoring Creates Problems for Married Couples
The average non-snorer in a marriage loses about an hour of sleep each night. A snoring spouse can become a major stress point in a relationship.
What Is Snoring? What Are the Causes? - Sleep - About.com
Jun 25, 2014 ... What is snoring? Learn about this common sleep condition, including its causes, consequences, evaluation, and treatment options.
How Can I Stop Snoring?
Sep 12, 2014 ... Common causes of snoring include being overweight and obstructions in the airway such as congestion, tonsillitis, enlarged adenoids, or sinus ...
Why Men Snore - Men's Health - About.com
Men snore more than women and this can, in part, be down to lifestyle choices. This feature looks at the causes, the effects, and the self-help options.
Snoring and Health Effects - Healthy Aging - About.com
Jun 4, 2014 ... Snoring can be a sign that something is not quite right. Snoring can be treated which will improve overall health through a more restful sleep ...
Oral Appliances for Snoring and Sleep Apnea - About.com
Jun 17, 2014 ... For individuals who suffer from snoring or sleep apnea, one possible treatment is the use of various oral appliances. Learn about these options.
About Children and Snoring Video
When you hear your child snoring, it's hard to know whether it's because of a problem or just the normal sounds of sleep. Learn how your can be a more ...
Chronic Daily Headache and Snoring - About Headaches and ...
Chronic Daily Headache and Snoring: A recent study showed Chronic Daily Headache subjects were more likely to be habitual(daily)snorers. It's a vicious cycle.
Snoring and Children - Pediatrics - About.com
Oct 1, 2013 ... How do you know if your child is just a normal snorer or if he has obstructive sleep apnea? When is snoring a problem?
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