Snoring

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Nov 23, 2009
Sleep problems are not uncommon for pregnant women. Many women find it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep during pregnancy.

First of all, most moms-to be have trouble sleeping because of the growing belly, which makes it uncomfortable to sleep in many positions.

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Apr 24, 2009
Snoring is not a disease, but often becomes a serious obstacle for your partner's sleep and may indicate other medical conditions, such as obstructive sleep apnea. There are several methods to help you stop snoring naturally.

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Dec 29, 2011
Snoring makes your life miserable? Now, there is no reason to ruin your relationships just because of this health problem.

The new health gadget Snore Stopper by Hivox promises to make night more peaceful and silent.

The device that is worn on the wrist during sleep uses gentle electrical current to stimulate users to change sleeping position that can induce snoring and interfere with other people's sleep.

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Dec 27, 2007
People who snore do not only weaken their quality of life, but also shorten their partner's sleep by two years during their lifetime. Research conducted by the University of Surrey found that those who sleep next to a snorer, sacrifice their quality of life, losing one hour of sleep on average each day.

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Mar 11, 2010
Snoring is a common problem that not only can be a sign of more serious problem, but also disrupt other people's sleep. Almost 50 percent of people face snoring problem at least occasionally, while more than 20 percent of people have sleep apnea and may not even realize the potential dangers of these conditions.

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Nov 17, 2011
Does you or your partner suffer from snoring? At the recent International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo Japanese researchers presented their robotic bear-shaped pillow that eases snoring and makes sleep peaceful for both partners. The cute bear pillow called Jukusui-Kun is designed to monitor snoring of the user. When the snoring becomes too loud or there is a danger of sleep apnea, the robot gently touches the face of the user to help him change sleeping position.

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Mar 26, 2010
People, who snore heavily, burn more calories not only at night, but also throughout the day, a new study shows.
em>Eric J. Kezirian, M.D., M.P.H., of the University of California, San Francisco, and the author of the study, together with his colleagues evaluated the resting energy expenditure in people with sleep problems.