How To Stop Snoring And Save Your Life
Snoring. It has always been the innocuous bane of every anti-snoring spouse or girlfriend who has to deal with a spouse or boyfriend who snores and who deprives them of sleep. It has always been seen as non-dangerous or non-threatening. But now researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have found that snoring is connected to metabolic syndrome which makes it dangerous to one’s health.
Metabolic syndrome is a collection of risk factors (high blood pressure, high cholesterol, insulin resistance) that are strong indicators of heart disease and diabetes. A team of researchers,headed by Dr.Wendy Troxell, led a three year study with 812 adults aged 45 to 74. None had metabolic syndrome at the start, 14 percent did after three years. They found that loud snoring was associated with a three fold risk of developing metabolic syndrome. Also that the risk of developing metabolic syndrome would increase by 80 percent in adults with difficulty falling asleep.
But the problem of snoring is not permanent or irreversible. Kevin Scott of the blog How To Stop Snoring (http://remediestosnoring.com), which offers a free ebook for dealing with the problem of snoring, says: "There are various snoring cures and snoring remedies to deal with the problem of snoring. These cures can run the gamut from placing a simple saline solution, composed of one cup of sterile water with a teaspoon of sea salt and a teaspoon of baking soda, into each nostril with a nasal spray bottle, which can relieve congestion and stop snoring. To nasal strips, dental appliances, and surgical procedures. There is even a snoring pillow one can buy. It keeps the head and neck aligned, in any sleeping position, thus making the airway passage from nose to lungs clear, which with a person who snores is blocked causing vibration of nasal tissues.”
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