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Snoring is a common occurrence, but did you know that it could also be a sign of bad health?

For some, snoring may just be annoying to their sleeping partner. However, snoring for others may be an indication of serious, even life-threatening medical conditions. 

Read on to learn more about when snoring is a sign of bad health.

A Sign of Bad Health

Have you ever woken up to your own loud snoring?

Depending on the frequency of these types of occurrences, your overall well-being may be at risk. Disruptions to your sleeping patterns can affect your mood and energy levels. This can easily lead to poor eating habits, lack of exercise, a decrease in libido, and severe weight gain. 

Studies have also shown that loud snoring increases the risk of heart attack by 34% and the risk of stroke by 67%. As it turns out, snoring can be a sign of bad health! 

Are you ready to cut the serious health risks of snoring out of your life? Discuss your health habits with Pasha Snoring & Sinus Center today to sleep well once again.

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The Causes Of Snoring

Snoring happens as a result of vibrating structures within the respiratory system. The sound we know as snoring occurs due to obstructions in the airway.

Sleep Apnea

Weak soft tissues within the respiratory system may fall to the back of the throat during sleep, an issue called sleep apnea. This can lead to temporary halts in breathing. 

Initially, sleep apnea can be quite alarming. But left untreated, sleep apnea is potentially fatal to your health.


For people who are overweight, fat builds in and around the throat. This affects more than just appearances. The additional fat can block the airways and constrict airflow. 

Has extra weight caused your snoring? Make an appointment with Pasha Snoring & Sinus Center to learn about our weight loss program for better health.

Sleeping Positions

For some people, the tongue slips to the back of the mouth while they are asleep on their back. If you tend to snore while sleeping on your back, you may be able to avoid snoring by sleeping on your side.

Drugs & Alcohol 

Alcohol and certain drugs can cause the throat muscle to relax. This can result in weaker soft tissues that fall back while you’re sleeping. 

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How To Avoid Snoring

If you became a snorer later in life, there is a good chance that it is a result of your lifestyle. Typically, healthy habits can help you avoid snoring altogether. 

The first step is to make healthy lifestyle changes. If your snoring clears up, then great! But for some, obstructions may require in-office procedures or surgery. 

And if you’ve attempted to make lifestyle changes, but they aren’t sticking, it’s time to see a doctor. Pasha Snoring & Sinus Center works with patients to resolve all different causes of snoring and sleep apnea. 

No matter the reason for your snoring, a long-lasting solution exists.

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Get Relief For A Healthy & Longer Life

You don’t have to keep the vicious cycle of poor sleep and sluggish days going. Instead, put your health at the forefront and make an appointment to finally get relief and a good night’s sleep. 

Schedule a sleep test with Pasha Snoring & Sinus Center can find the right solution for your snoring. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Instead, we customize every treatment plan for each unique patient. 

Say no to the groggy days and sleepless nights, if snoring is affecting your quality of life. Schedule a visit with ear, nose, and throat specialist Dr. Pasha today!

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