Friday, 24 August 2012

NO SNORING = WEIGHT LOST. DRUGS REVIEW. LIFE CHANGES.

Communication is a two-way street. And while we revel in the reality that we can always get through to heaven, our concern should be whether our Lord can always get through to us.

Some people believe snoring is a beauty of an artistic masterpiece, just look on the bright side of life, not everyone can easily go to bed and starts snoring, people could not just lobby themselves into a good snoring sleep, for goodness sake people try to achieve the art of snoring to drive evil spirits away to no avail, bless them that could snore for all the good uncompromisingly effective reasons.


Snoring is the vibration of respiratory structures and the resulting sound, due to obstructed air movement during breathing while sleeping. In some cases the sound may be soft, but in other cases, it can be loud and unpleasant. Snoring during sleep may be a sign, or first alarm, of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Traditionally people believed that snoring indicates sound sleep, but it is now proven that it is sound but no sleep, should there be scientific reasons for every bit we live and always believed to be right?

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When we fall asleep, muscles in the upper airway relax and this causes the breathing passage to become narrow. As air tries to pass through the narrowed upper airways, they vibrate, making the sound of snoring. When it worsens, these passages get blocked often hundreds of time every night. This is obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). OSA is most commonly seen in middle aged men, who are pushing the scale over the limit, though women are not spared.

WHAT TO ENCOURAGE:

Exercising regularly. Easier said than done, otherwise, a word to the wise is enough. The fibers of all things have their tension and are strained like the strings of an instrument.

Losing weight:
Lose weight. Attack the extra pounds if you're overweight, since many people snore because of their weight. According to the National Institutes of Health, extra fat around your neck can cause your airway to become narrower and less likely to stay open. Specifically when men put on weight, an area that tends to get bigger is the neck, hence, the emphasis on shirt sizes.

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Avoiding alcohol and sleeping pills.
These increase relaxation of throat and tongue muscles, which makes snoring more likely. Avoid alcohol before bedtime, simplicity simplified, what then would be the best time for boozing. Alcohol will suppress the activity of what we call the airway dilator muscles, these are muscles that are meant to keep your airway open.
Steer clear of certain medication. Sleeping pills, sedatives, and muscle relaxants are just some of the medications that cause the muscles that keep your airway open to become slack, which can lead to snoring.

Get plenty of sleep.
Sleeping on your side, the tongue does not fall back. Sleep deprivation does the same thing to those airway muscles, so the more tired you are, the more you’ll snore. When you sleep on your back, gravity tugs downward on the tissue in your airway, which can make snoring worse. Lie on your side at bedtime to reduce snoring symptoms. Elevate yourself. Sometimes, sleeping at a slight incline will make snoring better. Prop yourself up on a couple of pillows or a foam sleeping wedge or use an adjustable bed.

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