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Advice and Treatment for Snoring, Sleep Apnea, and Airflow Obstruction

Suffering From Snoring?

Stay updated with the latest advice and treatments for Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Are Snoring Sufferers Obtaining Enough Information?

Do you feel kept in the dark about your condition? What if I told you that you can have the latest information on advice and treatment of Snoring?

And that this information will help you make the correct questions to your doctor, and describe better your symptoms?

This advice would not only benefit you, but for those around you who are suffering from Snoring, such as one of your loved ones in your family, or even your parents.

You will able to provide more detailed information to your doctor, allowing him to make a better diagnosis.

Too many people actually suffer from Snoring

Too many cures and treatments

Too few information for deciding on the best treatment

Having More information Means...

  • More knowledge about your condition. Accessing the latest news on medical research and advances.
  • Helping make the correct questions to your doctor and providing him with better information for deciding on your diagnosis and treatment.
  • Understanding other people suffering from Snoring and Sleep Apnea, and having the opportunity to help them.

Consequences Of Snoring

Apart from affecting the relationship with your partners, it decreases the oxygen flow to the brain, increasing the risk of Alzheimer's and other mental conditions.

Now the Snoring sufferer can have the latest news and advice for his condition.

Our Biweekly Newsletter has the most updated information on Snoring and Sleep Apnea.

Almost everybody has health issues - cases with perfect health are rare. The main concern is that most health issues are not limited to certain organs in the body, but are related to other areas. These conditions can be the symptoms or the result of other health issues that might seem to be unrelated.

Some are low-risk conditions, such as hair loss or bad breath, while others are very annoying, like headaches or back pain, but can be signs of life-threatening conditions, like undiagnosed or untreated hypertension, kidney malfunction or even strokes. 

Digestive issues, such as acid reflux or heartburn can be the result of poor eating habits or a malfunction on the stomach valve, leading to oral health issues and bad breath.

Other issues are related to mental wellbeing. Less sleeping hours and snoring can be considered somewhat harmless, but they will result in low attention, bad reflexes, and even poor brain irrigation. Relationship or financial problems can lead to excess anxiety. If untreated, it can affect the organs and even cause panic attacks.

When we go to the doctor's office, the medical specialist will prescribe a treatment. However, there are cases in which we would like to know more about our condition and how it affects other areas of the body or have more information on the side effects of the medication.

The problem is that in most cases, we don't know what questions to ask, because we don't have enough information about our condition. This is perfectly understandable - after all, we are not medical specialists. and most medical literature is oriented toward doctors, therefore, it might not be easy to understand. The same would happen with engineering or legal literature - non-engineers or non-lawyers might have trouble understanding it.

However, the difference is that medical conditions are directly related to our personal well-being. So, it would be great if we could access to information about in our health condition set in layman's terms.

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What Are The Causes Of Snoring?

Poor Habits

  • Sleep deprivation
  • Alcohol and other relaxants
  • Obesity
  • Smoking

Health Conditions

  • Mouth and throat anatomy
  • Nasal condition
  • Mispositioned jaw
  • Relaxed muscles in throat and tongue

Health Conditions

  • Mouth and throat anatomy
  • Nasal condition
  • Mispositioned jaw
  • Relaxed muscles in throat and tongue

Other Causes

  • Pillow shape and size
  • Incorrect sleeping position
  • Menopause
  • Certain medications

Check Our Latest News

Just No Snoring Newsletter

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea Causes Persistent Inflammation To The Body

    This Results In A Shorted Lifespan, Cognitive Ability Reduction, And Cardiovascular Diseases

    Sleep Apnea Is Present In 15% Of Children, Yet 90% Go Undiagnosed

    The Symptoms Are Confused With Psychological Or Emotional Issues

    Preventing Insomnia And Sleep Apnea With A Dust-Free Environment

    Also, There Are Not The Only Sleep Disorders

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea Related To Poor Memory Recall And Depression

    Study Was Performed On Individuals With Untreated OSA

    Sleeping On The Front Is The Worst Position For Back Pain

    However, It Might Help Alleviate Sleep Apnea

    Surgery For Sleep Apnea Moves The Mandible Forward

    It Clears The Airway Obstructions And Improves Quality Of Life

    New Treatment For Sleep Apnea Uses A Hot Probe

    It Is Inserted Through The Nose, To Reduce The Obstructive Tissue

    Women With Sleep Apnea Have A Higher Cardiovascular Disease Risk Than Men

    However, Sleep Apnea Is 2 To 5 Times More Common In Men Than In Women

    Enlarged Adenoids Can Cause Snoring And Also Breathing And Sleeping Problems

    They Can Also Sinus And Ear Infections

    Sleep Apnea Related To High Blood Pressure

    Patients With Excess Daytime Sleepiness Have More Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Not Suffering From Snoring or Sleep Apnea? Think About Prevention

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  • Less medical bills in the future
  • Healthier life
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Check Our Latest News

Just No Snoring Newsletter

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea Causes Persistent Inflammation To The Body

    This Results In A Shorted Lifespan, Cognitive Ability Reduction, And Cardiovascular Diseases

    Sleep Apnea Is Present In 15% Of Children, Yet 90% Go Undiagnosed

    The Symptoms Are Confused With Psychological Or Emotional Issues

    Preventing Insomnia And Sleep Apnea With A Dust-Free Environment

    Also, There Are Not The Only Sleep Disorders

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea Related To Poor Memory Recall And Depression

    Study Was Performed On Individuals With Untreated OSA

    Sleeping On The Front Is The Worst Position For Back Pain

    However, It Might Help Alleviate Sleep Apnea

    Surgery For Sleep Apnea Moves The Mandible Forward

    It Clears The Airway Obstructions And Improves Quality Of Life

    New Treatment For Sleep Apnea Uses A Hot Probe

    It Is Inserted Through The Nose, To Reduce The Obstructive Tissue

    Women With Sleep Apnea Have A Higher Cardiovascular Disease Risk Than Men

    However, Sleep Apnea Is 2 To 5 Times More Common In Men Than In Women

    Enlarged Adenoids Can Cause Snoring And Also Breathing And Sleeping Problems

    They Can Also Sinus And Ear Infections

    Sleep Apnea Related To High Blood Pressure

    Patients With Excess Daytime Sleepiness Have More Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

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  • Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea Linked To A Higher Risk Of Heart Attack, Angina, And Diabetes

    It Is Also Related To Obesity And Hypertension

    Obstructive sleep apnea, also called OSA, is a condition that occurs at night when sleeping, therefore it is difficult to detect. The breathing is interrupted for several seconds. A partner can complain about the snoring, but detecting the interruptions in breathing can be challenging. According to a study, most people have OSA at some point in their lives, but only 15% have severe OSA. The symptoms are fatigue and daytime sleepiness, but the individuals consider that these conditions have other causes. The same study evaluated what other health conditions had persons with severe OSA, and found a correlation with high blood pressure, an increased risk of heart attack, angina, and diabetes. Also, the degree of hypertension and obesity depended on the severity of apnea. More Information click here.


  • Snoring, Restless Legs, And Body Heat Can Be Unbearable At Night For The Partner

    A Solution Is Taking A “Sleep Divorce” – Learn About It.

    Sometimes couples love each other, but can’t stand the snoring, restless legs or body heat at night. A solution is sleeping apart in different beds or even in separate rooms. This does not mean that there is less feeling for each other, but sometimes, the best idea is to give each other its private space. This idea was backed up by one-third of the people who answered a survey about “sleep divorce”. It will give a good night’s sleep for both and they will wake up refreshed. The most delicate part is talking together to take this step. Click here for more info.

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Perhaps You Don’t Suffer From Snoring...

But you see your loved ones are the ones who snore all night and you are the one having problems sleeping.
Or perhaps your parents are in a similar situation.

Imagine you can take them to the doctor, and being capable of explaining the situation in detail, and also making the correct questions.

You would be obtaining a much better diagnostic and treatment because you will be able to provide your doctor better information on your condition.

Remember... Having More Information Means...

  • More knowledge about your condition. Accessing the latest news on medical research and advances.
  • Helping make the correct questions to your doctor and providing him with better information for deciding on your diagnosis and treatment.
  • Understanding other people suffering from Snoring and Sleep Apnea and having the opportunity to help them.

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It is published every two weeks on our membership site. You will be able to access it at any time with the login and password that we will provide you.

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I have friends who have other conditions, such as high blood pressure, headaches, snoring, among others. Will you provide Newsletters for these conditions?

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