Do you snore? How does snoring affect your sleep?

Snoring is a common problem that affect people at any age and sex. Although it occurs more frequently in men than in women and more likely in people who are overweight. Snoring has a tendency to worsen with age. Forty-five percent of adults snore occasionally.
Occasional snoring is usually more of a social and less of a medical problem. However, the regular snorer not only disrupts the sleep patterns of those close to them, but also disturb their own sleep. People who snore regularly whenever they sleep and are often tired after a night of what seems like quality rest. Medical assistance is usually needed for habitual snorers to get a good night’s sleep.

Snoring is often an indicator of a deeper problem and needs to be investigated and corrected before it leads to more serious problems .When a person snores on a regular basis risk factors increase and sleep apnea scores go up and the the brain is deprived of optimal oxygen levels for short periods of time .The problem is the short bursts of oxygen deprivation add up during the sleep period .

We reccommend testing first a screening test and then if required a full overnight sleep study ,consulting your physician always .

where we combine is providing simple in home screening that is a first step to know if you snore and how much, we provide simple devices that cost little to help reduce snoring as an alternative to bigger more costly and difficult to use equipment. Use simple devices first and see if you can reduce snoring and your risk factors without drugs or expensive machines!

2 Comments
  1. ANUP JAISWAL, CPA TORONTO December 14, 2017 at 11:43 am - Reply

    My name is Anup Jaiswal, CPA. I have gone through your website, to me there are lot of explanations given about the sleeping issues and how to resolve those issues. I like your products and hoping to contact you soon.
    Before I come out of this page, I want to share if you have anything for me as I observed on and on in a month breathing issue during sleeping, it looks like my breathing is almost stopped and after say 2 or 3 minutes with lot of stress I come out of this situation. If you have any product relating to this issue, please let me know at my email address.

    Thanks

    • medicare December 14, 2017 at 12:13 pm - Reply

      Hello Anup,
      Firstly let me thank you for taking out the time to visit our site and also for your valuable input.Snoring is an issue most of us ignore but now we know that it can be an indicator of more serious issues and needs to be checked.
      Before using more expensive and difficult machinery we would suggest you use a nasal antisnore aid and see if this makes any difference This device is relatively inexpensive and can be used to see if the problem is reduced or not the machine can be bought after this if needed instead of buying the machine first we suggest you try this and see if not then go in for a sleep study with an in-home machine available on loan from us and see what is the level of snoring for you then decide!
      Regards,
      Kristina

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