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  1. The Snoring Bird: My Family's Journey Through a Century of Biology (P.S.) by Bernd Heinrich, 2008-07-01
  2. Snoring Beauty by Bruce Hale, 2008-05-01
  3. Sleep Apnea and Snoring: Surgical and Non-Surgical Therapy by Michael Friedman MD, 2008-10-30
  4. Snoring Cure by Smolley A Laurence, 1980-01-01
  5. Wake Up! You're Snoring: A Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment by Josh Werber, 2003-04-03
  6. The snoring monster (A Little Golden book) by David Lee Harrison, 1985
  7. Stop the Snoring!: At Last, End Your Mate's Nocturnal Noise by Ralph Schoenstein, 1997-11-01
  8. Snoring and Sleep Apnea: Sleep Well, Feel Better by M.D. Ralph A. Pascualy, 2008-01-15
  9. Stop Snoring, Bernard! by Zachariah OHora, 2011-04-12
  10. Essential Manners for Couples: From Snoring and Sex to Finances and Fighting Fair-What Works, What Doesn't, and Why by Peter Post, 2005-11-01
  11. Snoring Beauty by Rachael Mortimer, 2010-06-22
  12. Stop Your Husband from Snoring: A Medically Proven Program to Cure the Night's Worst Nuisance by Derek S. Lipman, 1993-03
  13. Singing for Snorers: A Complete Programme of Singing Exercises Designed to Tone the Throat and Reduce Snoring by Alise M. Ojay, 2007-01-01
  14. Snoring and Sleep Apnea, Sleep Well, Feel Better (3rd) Third Edition by Ralph A. / Soest, Sally Warren Pascualy, 2000

1. Tipsofallsorts/snoring
Advice on how snoring occurs and offers unique ways to reduce and minimize snoring.Also touches on sleep apnea and other related web sites. snoring
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... Tell a friend about this site Facts . The sound of snoring varies with the degree of obstruction. . A nasal blockage causes one to breathe through the mouth which can lead to snoring. In an open-mouth position the tongue is pushed back causing the uvula to press against the back of the throat. . Sleep apnea could contribute to heart disease hypertension Reference : "Plasma Homocysteine Levels in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Association With Cardiovascular Morbidity" P. Lavie, et al. CHEST (2001) 120:900-908 . Severe sufferers of apnea are often deprived of restful slumber as the body is constantly on the alert mode to keep the airways open for breathing. . Snoring can run in the family. . Most snorers do not know that they snore. What a blessing. . For some, snoring can also take place in a seated position.

2. MedlinePlus: Snoring
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3. Snoring Remedies: An Objective Resource For Those Who Snore
An objective resource features an exclusive questionnaire that will suggest remedies appropriate for your type. Includes a list of remedies and details about each.
It’s Time to stop snoring! This website describes 12 approaches to problem snoring – from throat sprays to surgery – and lists more than 75 snoring remedies and procedures that cure snoring. Which snoring remedy will work for you? It depends on your snoring type. If you are Socially Incorrect , there are several cheap snoring remedies that may restore harmony to your bedroom. If you Nose it’s a Problem , this site lists products that will help you breathe more quietly. If you are Snoring out an SOS , see your doctor now! Your snoring may be an audible sign of a sleep disorder that could kill you. And if you fall into the Not-so-Silent Killer category, you already know you need treatment. You’ll find extensive information here about your condition, known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Which type are you? We’ll tell you! Simply take the exclusive, interactive Put an End to Snoring questionnaire. It’s fun, free and takes just two minutes. Once you know your Snoring Type, we'll provide a profile of snorers in this category and the snoring remedies most likely to work for you. You will always be able to distinguish between our objective editorial content and advertising.
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4. Snoring: Not Funny, Not Hopeless
The noisy sounds of snoring occur when there is an obstruction to the freeflow of air through the passages at the back of the mouth and nose.

ENT Health Information Snoring and Sleep Disorders Snoring: Not Funny, Not Hopeless Snoring: Not Funny, Not Hopeless
Forty-five percent of normal adults snore at least occasionally, and 25 percent are habitual snorers. Problem snoring is more frequent in males and overweight persons, and it usually grows worse with age. More than 300 devices are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as cures for snoring. Some are variations on the old idea of sewing a sock that holds a tennis ball on the pajama back to force the snorer to sleep on his side. (Snoring is often worse when a person sleeps on his back). Some devices reposition the lower jaw forward; some open nasal air passages; a few others have been designed to condition a person not to snore by producing unpleasant stimuli when snoring occurs. But, if you snore, the truth is that it is not under your control whatsoever. If anti-snoring devices work, it is probably because they keep you awake.
What Causes Snoring?
The noisy sounds of snoring occur when there is an obstruction to the free flow of air through the passages at the back of the mouth and nose. This area is the collapsible part of the airway (see illustration) where the tongue and upper throat meet the soft palate and uvula. Snoring occurs when these structures strike each other and vibrate during breathing. People who snore may suffer from:
  • Poor muscle tone in the tongue and throat. When muscles are too relaxed, either from alcohol or drugs that cause sleepiness, the tongue falls backwards into the airway or the throat muscles draw in from the sides into the airway. This can also happen during deep sleep.

5. Info From American Academy Of Otolaryngology

6. Snoring
snoring INFORMATION. Updated January 29, 1999 I'm sure just about everyone is somewhat familiar with snoring. You probably know at least one person who snores
Updated January 29, 1999 Under construction Sleep Apnea and CPAP Oral/Dental Devices Surgery Articles What is Snoring? I'm sure just about everyone is somewhat familiar with snoring . You probably know at least one person who snores. It could be your bed partner, your parents, grandparents, even Uncle Ned or Aunt Sophie who may snore at various sound levels. Some laugh and make jokes about it, but it can be a symptom of a serious disorder called obstructive sleep apnea . And if it is obstructive sleep apnea, then it is no laughing matter, and that individual needs to get evaluated by a sleep specialist. Information on apnea is available at the above link. Snoring is a noise produced when an individual breathes (usually produced when breathing in) during sleep which in turn causes vibration of the soft palate and uvula (that thing that hangs down in the back of the throat). The word "apnea" means the abscence of breathing. All snorers have incomplete obstruction ( a block) of the upper airway. Many habitual snorers have complete episodes of upper airway obstruction where the airway is completly blocked for a period of time, usually 10 seconds or longer. This silence is usually followed by snorts and gasps as the individual fights to take a breath. When an individual snores so loudly that it disturbs others, obstructive sleep apnea is almost certain to be present.

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8. Centre For Snoring And Sleep Disorders
Information site for patients and medical professionals dealing with snoring and sleep related conditions. The Centre for snoring and Sleep Disorders, Bondi Junction, Sydney, Australia.
Welcome to a free information resource for medical practitioners, patients and snoring sufferers dealing with snoring, snoring related illness such as apnea (apnoea) and treatments for snoring. If you, or someone you know has a snoring problem, this site contains important information. Snoring is an unfortunate sleep disorder which can be treated! This site is sponsored by Dr. George Lewkovitz of the Centre for Snoring and Sleep Disorders, Sydney Australia. October 2003 News : Several million snoring sufferers have visited our site. We are receiving on average, over seventy thousand visitors each month! has become one of the world's most popular snoring related websites. Thanks for your support. We have recently added a section on the new non-surgical snoring treatment known as Injection Snoreplasty . We do hope you will find an answer to your problem and remember to leave your comments in our snoring support forum . If you know someone who snores, why not tell them about this site? Leave a note under their pillow!

9. Snoring
Not only does snoring interrupt a good night's sleep sometimes, it's a sign of a serious problem that should be treated by a doctor. Read this article to find out more about the snore! test the
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UUGHGHGHHHSSHHH!! UUGHGHGHHHSSHHH!! Toby grabbed the pillow and put it over his ears. He had a spelling test the next day, but his older brother wouldn't stop snoring . Toby had tried everything to fall asleep but he just couldn't with all the racket in his room. He shut his eyes and sighed. He only hoped he could manage to stay awake for his test. There's nothing worse than the sound of someone snoring if you're trying to fall asleep yourself. Maybe you've had to listen to snoring every night because you have to share a room with a brother or sister who snores. (That can drive you crazy!) Or maybe you were teased after a sleepover at your friend's house because you snored all night. (That's no fun either!) Snoring may not only make the person snoring and those around him not get a good night's sleep - sometimes, it's a sign of a serious problem that should be treated by a doctor. Read on to find out more about the snore! Snoozing or Snoring?
Snoring is a fairly common problem that can happen to anyone - young or old. Snoring happens when a person can't move air freely through his nose and mouth during sleep. That annoying sound is caused by certain structures in the mouth and throat - the tongue, upper throat, soft palate (say: pa -let)

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Loud and frequent snoring, on your part or on your partner's, may seem inevitable during addition, laser surgery can often reduce disruptive snoring. However, laser surgery isn't

11. Homepage Of Snoring Treatments.
This website provides readers with an overview of the anatomy and physiology of snoring and sleep apnea syndrome, followed by a review of current medical and surgical treatments available to help
Snoring represents obstructed breathing and can be a manifestation of or can lead to more serious health problems
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12. Snoring Sends A Serious Signal
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Snoring Sends a Serious Signal
Snoring can be a lot more than an irritant to bed partners and other listeners. It’s often a symptom of progressive sleep apnea syndrome, a disorder that not only stymies the snorer’s slumber but also can have serious effects on blood pressure, risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke and even mortality. Obstructive sleep apnea, the most common disorder diagnosed through sleep studies, is a condition that not only interrupts a good night’s rest but can have significant effects on blood pressure, risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and even mortality. B. Tucker Woodson, MD , treats many snorers who suffer from sleep apnea. A Medical College of Wisconsin Associate Professor of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences and Director of the Froedtert Center for Sleep, Dr. Woodson discussed sleep apnea and its consequences in a recent interview with HealthLink. “By far and away the most common sleep disorder that we see here (at the MCW sleep laboratory) is obstructive sleep apnea. It probably represents 80% or more of the sleep disorders that present to the physician for a sleep study,” Dr. Woodson said.

13. Snoring
What causes snoring? The noises of snoring are generated within the breathing passages
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The noises of snoring are generated within the breathing passages. The sounds are caused by the vibration or flapping of the tissues lining the air passages. Noises can result from a narrowing of the nasal passage which generates a whistling noise. The vibration of the soft palate (or roof of the mouth) causes the fluttering vibration sounds. This may, in turn, have been caused by narrowness of the nasal passage causing turbulent or irregular air flow which contributes to the fluttering of the soft palate. The tongue may fall back into the airway narrowing the airway and at times causing blockage. This may also contribute to the snoring noise.
It is most important to stress that snoring, in most patients, is due to multiple factors, each playing some part in the snoring process. Factors which are important in this regard include narrowing or blockage of the upper airway passages through anatomical or injury reasons as well as factors contributing to congestion of the soft tissues of the airways, e.g. smoking, alcohol, acid reflux from the stomach affecting the throat tissues, obesity, ageing and hormonal factors. Is snoring dangerous?

14. British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association
The British snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association provides help and informationabout snoring and sleep apnoea as well as selling aids to help stop snoring.

15. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Snoring
snoring. Definition Return to top. snoring is loud, hoarse, or harsh breathingsounds that happen while you are asleep. Considerations Return to top.
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Throat anatomy Definition Return to top Snoring is loud, hoarse, or harsh breathing sounds that happen while you are asleep. Considerations Return to top Snoring is common in adults and usually not an indication of an underlying disorder. Sometimes, however, snoring can be a sign of a serious sleep disorder called sleep apnea . This means you have periods when you are not breathing for more than 10 seconds while you sleep. These periods of "apnea" are indicated by a long period of silence just after you have been snoring. They are followed by a sudden snort or gasp when breathing resumes. Then, snoring starts all over again. If you have sleep apnea, this cycle generally happens several times a night. The major risk from this condition is stroke due to episodes when your brain is not getting enough oxygen. If sleep apnea is suspected, your doctor (or a sleep specialist) can test you for it by doing a sleep study either at home or in a hospital setting.

16. Snoring - Causes, Treatments, How To Stop And Sleep Apnoea
BUPA health factsheet snoring occurs when air doesn t flow smoothly through theair passages, or when soft tissues or muscles in your air passages vibrate.
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BUPA services around the world at health information ABC of health Snoring What is snoring? Snoring is noisy breathing through the mouth and nose during sleep. It can occur when you are breathing in or out. What causes snoring and who is at risk? Snoring occurs when air does not flow smoothly through the air passages, or when the soft tissues or muscles in your air passages vibrate. As you fall into a deep sleep, the muscles in your tongue, throat and roof of your mouth (soft palate) relax. This muscle relaxation causes your throat tissues to sag. As you breathe, the sagging tissues narrow your airway and vibrate or flutter, creating the sound of snoring. The narrower your airway becomes, the greater the vibration...and the louder your snoring. Snoring affects 45 per cent of the population from time to time and an estimated 25 per cent of people are habitual snorers. There are a number of reasons why you may snore.

17. The Snoring Shop For Snoring Remedies And Earplugs
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18. Virginia Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy
Includes discussion of multiple topics such as middle ear, sinus and tonsil infections, deviated septum, snoring, sleep apnea, hearing loss, inhalant and food allergies.
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