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  • Have You Been Snoring? Here's How It Can Affect Your Health

    Feb 12, 2019 12:25 IST
    If you snore, there are health reasons to see a doctor about it
  • Beware! Passive Smoking May Up Snoring Risk In Kids

    Jul 11, 2018 11:42 IST
    Parents who smoke may increase the risk of snoring in their child. Research shows that children who are exposed to cigarette smoke in home daily have higher risk of snoring than the unexposed children.
  • How to Stop Snoring : 9 Effective Ways

    Apr 5, 2017 12:35 IST
    Snoring is a common condition that can affect anyone, although it occurs more frequently in men and people who are overweight. Snoring has a tendency to worsen with age. Occasional snoring is usually not very serious and is mostly a nuisance for your sleep partner. However, if you are a habitual snorer, you not only disrupt the sleep patterns of th...
  • Curb snoring with lifestyle changes

    Jul 13, 2011 09:15 IST
    Lifestyle changes that can help to curb snoring.
  • Preventing snoring

    Mar 7, 2011 09:37 IST
    Avoid sleeping pills, tranquilizers and antihistamines before bedtime to prevent snoring.
  • Snoring may trouble preschoolers

    Apr 20, 2009 01:05 IST
    Pre-school children who snore have more symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as attention and language problems
  • Snoring causes daytime sleepiness

    Jan 10, 2009 02:54 IST
    People with sleep apnoea tire quickly because of the sleep interruptions they experience during the night
  • Sleep position linked to apnoea

    Sep 15, 2008 12:37 IST
    Stroke patients spend most of their time sleeping on their backs, which may contribute to a breathing problem called sleep apnoea.
  • Heavy snoring increases stroke risk

    Sep 12, 2008 10:01 IST
    Heavy snoring is associated with plaque build-up or atherosclerosis in the carotid arteries in the neck and therefore, is be a risk factor for stroke.
  • Children's snoring could be allergic

    Jun 18, 2007 01:21 IST
    Snoring in young children could be due to the manifestation of an allergic disease.
  • Bed-wetting linked to snoring in children

    Sep 15, 2006 02:08 IST
    Children who snore are about four times more likely than those who don't to wet the bed.
  • Soft palate implants reduce snoring

    Feb 5, 2010 12:47 IST
    Insertion of small plastic rods into the soft palate with a minimally invasive surgical procedure is a safe and effective treatment for snoring.
  • Snoring and mental ability in children

    Feb 27, 2010 11:03 IST
    Children who snore or have sleep apnea score worse on memory tests and intelligence than unaffected children.
  • Habitual snoring common in kids

    Feb 27, 2010 11:41 IST
    Snoring is common among school-age children and is associated with emotional and behavioural problems and poor performance in school.
  • Risk factors for snoring in kids

    Feb 27, 2010 11:00 IST
    A range of factors, from obesity to frequent infections, may promote chronic snoring in children.
  • Snoring may lead to learning problems

    Feb 27, 2010 10:24 IST
    Children who are habitual snorers may show behavioural abnormalities and mental deficits. This holds true even when the kids don't have sleep apnoea - temporary cessation of breathing during sleep.
  • Treating sleep apnoea could cut road deaths

    May 12, 2004 03:52 IST
    Obstructive sleep apnoea is the most common form of sleep disorder marked by repeated stops and starts in a person's breathing during sleep, sometimes hundreds of times during the night. These breathing disruptions make for poor-quality sleep and symptoms like drowsiness, low concentration and poor reaction times are potential hazards on the road. ...
  • Sleep apnoea linked to bed-wetting in kids

    Feb 22, 2010 04:23 IST
    According to a new study children who snore may be more likely than their peers to wet the bed. Snoring is a symptom of obstructive sleep apnoea, a sleep disorder that causes people to temporarily stop breathing many times a night and appears to also promote bed-wetting in children.
  • Snoring linked to diabetes

    Mar 13, 2002 01:39 IST
    Snoring may do more than just disturb others. It could also raise the risk of developing diabetes. People who snore on a regular basis have a two fold risk of developing diabetes independent of other risk factors such as obesity. The research was carried out at the department of nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachus...
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