Is Snoring A Problem

  1. Have you ever been diagnosed or treated for sleep apnea?

  2. Do you have allergies or problems breathing?

  3. Do you have any problems with breathing through your nose?

  4. Do you drink alcohol and or take sedatives six hours prior to going to sleep?

  5. Are their disorders of sleep apnea in your family?

  6. Have you sought treatment for snoring?

  7. Are You Experiencing Excessive Daytime Sleepiness?
    Are you sleepy during the day? You may be experiencing Excessive Daytime Sleepiness. There is a test to measure how excessively sleepy you are. For more information on healthy sleep, go to the NSF Web site .

    If you have answered yes to 2 or more of these questions email me and I can help.

Treatment for Snoring is:

1. Do nothing.

2. Sleep on your side rather than your back.

3. Exercise and weight loss reduction.

4. Use Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP).

5. Use the Silencer. Click here to find out about the Silencer.

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