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Why do you snore and how to stop?

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Three peoples of 10 snore, but among the over-sixties it does 60 percent of men and 40 percent of women: almost an army of people sleeping loudly and forcing the innocent vigil as unfortunate spouses.

Why do you snore? When we sleep all the muscles relax, including those that keep the airway open. In particular, it lowers the soft palate and the tongue lies back against the pharynx. In this way, the air passage is obstructed, the flow velocity increases, the soft palate vibrates and precisely.

Several factors, however, predispose or aggravate snoring, for example …

  • All diseases that can obstruct the airway, even nasal: enlarged tonsils, adenoids, deviated nasal septum, allergies, cancer …
  • Obesity (fat accumulation around the throat makes it even more difficult air passage)
  • Age (with the subsequent relaxation of the tissues)
  • Alcohol and the use of sleeping pills that in addition to the nervous system, also relaxes the muscles …
  • The anatomy of the jaw, etc …

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