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Snoring while sleeping
How to stop snoring while sleeping. It creates lots of issues n my personal life. S ter any treatment for tat.
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Dr. D.Vidyasagar
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Hi, Snoring means breathing from mouth! You must be having nose blocks and hence you are breathing from the mouth. Breathing from mouth causes the uvula and tongue to vibrate and snoring! Please ask someone at home to observe your sleep and if possible record it. There can be a condition called Sleep apnea where you will be trying to breath but due to nose blocks and fall of tongue behind you will not be able to breathe at all and suddenly you wake up from sleep for a second and again fall asleep and start snoring! Such sleep is not good for you.
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Dr. Gladson Guddappa Uchil
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meet a Sleep Apnoea Surgeon. If you can come down to Bengaluru, drop into my clinic Healthcare@Basaveshwaranagar.
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To stop snoring you may follow this regime. 1. Weight reduction. 2.Regular free hand exercises / yoga. 3. Do not consume alcoholic drinks or sleeping pills. 4. To sleep in right or left lateral position. 5. Consult an ENT surgeon to diagnose and treat any airway obstruction.
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